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MILLSAP5-WILS0N LIBRARY 

MILLS APS COLLEGE 

JACKSON, MS 39210-000* 





Millsaps College 

1701 North State Street 

Jackson, MS 39210 

6OI-974-IOOO 

' http://www.millsaps.edu 




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ILLSAPS 
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Gvven Orr, Christie Koke! 



\iisliii Richardson 



Student Life 



Hurricane 
Katrina, Mardi 
Gras Court, 
Homecoming, 
Fourth Night, 
Senior Year 
Experience, team 
spirit, classes, 
sports, caf, 
groups, awards, 
socials, Thursday 
night parties, 
labs, events, 
intramurals, 
studying in the 
Bowl, late nights, 
early mornings, 
no sleep, busy 
schedules... the 
Millsaps Life. 




Jessica Milner 



Travis Scharr 




People /Activities /Greek 



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Table of Contents 



Student Life 



Editor: Nancy Salloum 
Assistants: Julia Fell, Ashley Ferguson 



t Sports 



Major Madness, Homecoming, Habitat for 

Humanity, Parties, Traveling Abroad, 

Graduation, Tailgating, Major Spirit, Earthfest, 

Chili Bowl, Up Til Dawn, Watermelon Bust, 

Concerts, Intramurals, Working Out, Playing in 

the Bowl, Black and White Social... 

So manjj extra things to 
do, so little time!! 






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Sliitlnil Life 



People AcrrvmES Greek 




Student Life Divider 



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DOWl 

Once a historic battlefield and the highest 
point in Jackson, the Bowl has evolved into 
the center of a variety of activities for 
students, which included studying, chatting 
with friends, and even cat napping between 
classes. The colorful scenery and comfortable 
setting contributed to the Bowl's popularity 
on campus. Additionally, it was typically the 
prime location for major events such as 4th 
Night and the annual crawfish boil. 




Sam Gay 




The Bowl is a great place in the spring to paint, with all the flowers and trees 
blooming. With the wonderful weather we have, it is especially relaxing." 

Katie Carmon 




Juliana Biryukova 



Ahmed Elallghe. Megan Jumago 



Shay Sleekier 



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» RELAX... 



When do you enjoy the 
Bowl the most? 




"I enjoy the Bowl 

the most when the 

library is crowded." 

Erin Sanford 




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Grace Hammond, Anna Catherine Hill David Lind 





"On nice, cool and* 
sunny days. I study, 
hang out with friends 
and check out the 
^different events that 
vtake place, especially 
the bands ." 

Ashley Oliver 




Virginia Pope, Matthew Black, Marcel Sain 



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The Bowl 



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From working out to choir practice, daily life included the gamut of activities. 
While Sloan Holley expresses his artistic side, Maggie Baumgartner spends her 
afternoon delving into the business section. 




va or Cat? 



"Definitely the 
afeteria; they have 
^more options." 

Mia Hunt 





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Kava; it's 
quick, and I really 
don't have a lot 
time." 
Cody Stockstill 



"Both... depends o 
what they have." 
Brian Hoiterman 




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\ "The Caf for sure; 
it's an ALL you cam 
EAT buffet!" 
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Austin Tooley, Larry Denman, Andy Carlson 




Bradley Winton, Jack Whitley 



» Around the Clock 

8 am- shower time- start the day 
fresh! 10 am- trek to class. 
LUNCH TIME! noon- Singers 
practice. 2 pm- study time in the 
bowl! 4 pm- Major athletes 
practice hard. 5 pm- camp out in 
the library. 6 pm- hurry before 
they run out of grilled chicken 
...mmm, caf food! 8 pm- find time 
for exercise. Sometime during the 
night- SLEEP! 



Philip Cortese, Ace Madjiesi 




Hannah Gross, Larry Denman, Catherine Schmidt 



Nick Fowler 





Jay Hollenbeck 



» Intramurals 

Brent Blackburn 
received the 
Intramural Male 
Player of the Year 
Award. CoUeen KeUy 
was named Intramural 
Female Player of the 
Year for the second 
year in a row. 




Lynn Dudinslqr 



Joey Quillln, Greg Higginbotham, Bryant Palmerton 



A Day in the Life " 



supporting 

the 



Waves of purple flowed 
across campus as spirited 
students flocked to cheer 
on their Major athletes. 
An eventful year in 
sports was more 
successful with the help 
of fans. 




Henry Waters. 
Katie Lewallen, 
Gabby Kelly. 
Kate Anderson 



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Being surrounded by your friends at i\\t games makes rooting for the 
Majors that much more fun. Go Majors!" Drew McDowell 

"There's something very invigorating in just letting go of yourself and 
cheering something on with all your might." Brandon Fontenelle 



Hem do you show your spirit? 





snow my spirit 
wearing all the 
illsaps regalia I 
n and painting 
face." 
Miranda Rosar^ 




'^rpersonally find ^^ 

badgering the referee 

is useful; then there's 

iling, of course." 

Katie Wages, 

with Josie Manley 



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I to come to games, but 



I am the leader of the 
pack when it comes 
to showing my spirit." 
Betsy Kohut 



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Liz Smith, Kennedy Langston 




Taylor Hallmark, Robert Quinn 




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Bryan Sexton, Thomas Richardson, Jacqueline Coale Lakyn Britt, Amanda Stevens 



» Purple Pride 



Purple and white fill the stands on game days, especially Purple Pride 
events such as the first annual Mardi Gras Court. Philip Cortese and 
Megan Felker were chosen by the student body as the Mardi Gras King 
and Queen. 




Megan Felker, Ryan Zagone 



Chhs Daniels, TJ Loehn, Lynn Dudinsky, Randy 
Nichols, John Brooks, Bradley Thompson, Josh Hanna 



» Dedication 




Jim Harper 



Forty-eight year old Jim 
Harper returned to 
Millsaps to pursue his love 
for football. Previously 
enrolled in the 70's, Harper 
came back to prove himself 
worthy on the field. 






Major Spirit 



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comm^Hom e 



On November 5, fans 
gathered to witness the 
Majors defeat Rhodes 
with a last minute 
field goal, giving them 
a 30-29 victory. 




Collin Jones 




Homecoming Court: (front) Jacqueline Coale, sophomore; Menton 
McGinnis, freshman; Gina Colon, Homecoming Queen; Kelly Giorgio, 
senior; Emily Maples, senior; (back) Lauren Lippincott, senior; Anna Marsh, 
senior; Jessica Hoffpauir, junior. 




WBt was your Homecoming experience like? 




ident and alumni 
ticipation was really 
strong this year." 
John Schettler 





"It was a great way to 
end the home season. 
Our guys played 
hard, and the fans 
got to see what the 
team is capable of." 
Daniel Ricei 






mecommgw 
lazing this year! The 
crowd was so energeti; 
and the team played 

h their whole hear 

MAJORS!" 

Heather Wilson 




W^e last ime tT 
seniors played on 
Harper Davis Field, 
^we beat Rhodes." 
Ross Rutledi 



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» Major 
Support 

Students, parents, and alumni 
battled the heat, "sacrificed" 
lunch in the caf for tailgating in 
the end zone, and gathered to 
cheer on their fellow Majors. 





Rachael Joe, Elizabeth Bouffannie 



Trace Lee Hunt 



Kate Anderson, Nancy Salloum, Megan Jumago, 
Mignon Libreton 




Terel Sugar gets 
comfortable in a sunio^ 
wrestler costume to relieve ' 
her pre-game jitters. 



» Before the game 

Tyson Roy represented the 
team's anticipation of victory 
with a pre-game speech at the 
pep- rally. 




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Emmitt Johnson, Conell Phillips 





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r being vertically challenged. 
I She conquered the rock walfi 
: before cheering the Majors i 
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The spring bash began on 
March 31 with inflatable 
games. The next day the 
Bowl was filled with music 
and crawfish, followed by 
the Family Force Five 
concert at Hal and Mais. 





Michael Franklin 



§ § Major Madness is one of the best memories for the students at Millsaps. 
ACE works hard every year to do the best we can, including having 
crawfish after Katrina! There are some things even she couldn't ruin!" 

Cindy Strine with Erin Elliott 



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» The Crawfish Boil 




^hat was the highlight of your 
Major IVIadness weekend? 



Frannie Wesberry, Emily Robertson, Emily Hildebrand 





Fhe best part of 
^he weekend was 
playing in the 
bubbles on the 
waterslide with m; 
friends for two 
straight hours! " 
Roxie Randle 



had no idea 
what I was 
volunteering for, 
but it was fun 
being on stage 
with the band. '"' 
Kristin Barrios 



'The highlight of my 
^weekend was giant 
l^^tricycles, water games, 
''and butt drawings... 
seriously, how often 
can you have your butt 
rawn... and for free?" 
Betsy Paulka 



e crawfish! 
Well, the food in 
general, isn't that 
the best part of an^ 
event?" 
Jacqueline Coale. 



Major Madness 



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"Study hard, play 
hard," was the motto 
that kept people sane 
during stressful times. 
Everyone was always 
looking forward to the 
next chance to let 
loose and go crazy at 
the next party. 





Cedric Lawrence 



At times finding ways to entertain has its limits, but put a group of friends 
together and they'll find a way to make it a memory. 

Justin LeBlanc, David Cutter^ Ross Rutledge, Brad Greenhaw 



WBre do you prefer to party? 





Martin'i 
especially Wednesday 
nights, Ladies night! 
Yea!" 

Ali Blair 



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"Definitely the Pike 
house, but makeshift 
Bacot parties are a 
close second." 
Matthew Oglesbee,"' 
with Liz Bouffanie 



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rWherever the 
pilcohol is flowing and| 
the girls are calling 
ly name. Well, that's] 
jverywhere!" 
■Sherwood ColetteJ 
with Bryan Villa! 



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» night life 

Although fraternity parties were a 
blast, students enjoyed a change of 
scenery by going off campus to 
places like Martin's, Hal and 
Mai's, VooDoo, Gators, Fenian's, 
Fire, Panino's, Julep, Sportman's 
Lodge, Cherokee, or Last Call. 



Hannah McKnight. Eily McMillan, Christie Kokel, Nancy Salloum, Lindsey Greer, Liz Mitchell 





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Courtney Helfrich, Collie Griffith, Matt Chrlstion, Matt Foisy, DJ Mello 




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Austin Tooley, Andrew Carlson, Thomas 
Richardson, Juliana Biryukova 



Kaycee Wright, Lauren Rochelle, Allison Pabst, Kristen Massey, Callie Ruth 



Crazy Times 



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spri n£i'P 



Sun, sand, water, and music ... a few of 
the things that can be found at spring 
parties. They provided a much 
anticipated break just before finals and 
a chance for seniors to make a few more 
cherished memories. 





K fS. Biiiy'Lan^ Z £ Spring partlcs this year were the best ones we've had so far ... I 

'^'"' ^'" think... I do not remember much from that day." Curt Griffin 

"My favorite part of spring parties was getting the opportunity to 
show off my sexy body to the whole campus." Trey Hester 



» fraternity row 

All five houses on fraternity 
row had a variety of 
activities throughout the 
weekend, which included 
crawfish boils, pools, slides, 
a hot tub, and bands! 




Franklin Childress, Joseph Wehby, Stuart Schmidt 



Jessica Samson, Chuck Stall, Betsy Paulk, Pete Ridley, 
Elizabeth Bouffanie 



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Stud rut Life 





_ Did you stay dry? 



Jesse Tucker, Jenny Blount 





was beyonc 
staying dry, if you 
are referring to the 
water?" 
Ahmed Elalighe 



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"With the sun 
blaring and tons of 
bikini-clad girls 
around, I had to 
cool off somehow!" 
Matt Bonneau 



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"Of course not ... 
the pool was 
heated this year." 
Jeffrey Gardner 




^ndy Kutcher, Scott Hays, Chad Tobler, Vince 
Vlatassa 



Freddie Brackin 



Hillary Hamblen, Jacqueline Coale, Sloan Toler, Ashley 
Ferguson, Hannah McKnight, Katie Collins, Molly Frompkin 



Spring Parties JLU 



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(Clockwise from top left) Kim Fox, Ashley Weber. Cassidy Baker, Jenn Pujol. Andy Kutcher, 
Colleen Kelly, Liz Blanche, Sarah Exiey, Renee Green ^^^ 




is your favorite feature 
that facebook offers? 







Jessica Cllncy, Elizabeth Ofem 



Katie Lewallen 





"I think Facebook 
is a great way to 
keep in touch with 
everyone! Facebook 
has become more 
addicting than 
coffee and caf food!" 

m. Christie Kokel 



"Being able to see 
amusing pictures is 
my favorite 
feature." 

JP McVaugh 



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"The ability to 
upload pictures, it's 
a great way to share 
memories with 
friends." 
Ashley Schettler 



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"My favorite aspect 
is being able to 
keep in touch with 
friends back 
home." 

Bryant 
Palmerton 



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Ashley Ferguson, Nancy Sallouni 






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Philip Cortese 



Patrick Waites, Aggie Sikora 



Courtney Helfrich, Collie Griffith, Megan Jumago 

» Attitude 

The spontaneous, yet fun, lifestyle of Millsaps students could seem quite contagious at times. Students found 
enjoyment in wearing crazy costumes, acting sassy for the camera, or randomly amusing themselves. "Our 
brightest blazes of gladness are commonly kindled by unexpected sparks. Good humor is one of the best articles 
of dress one can wear in society." William Thackary 




Roxie Randle 



Ellen Beilmann 



Steven Sarpy, Juliana Biryukova 



Strike a Pose 



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picture 



Thursday night 
parties, Bid Day, and 
swaps were only a few 
of the activities which 
led to memorable 
Kodak moments. 





Neil Woodall. 
Tyson Roy, 
Ronnie Wheat 



During Homecoming weekend, Caroline Meyers, Kevin Beth Tucker, Rikki 
Darcey, and Jessica Brown enjoy the inflatable slide before the big football 
game on Saturday. 




Wnere do you take pictures best? 



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In the freshman 
hall before going 
out! 



[ Hayley Barber, Paige 
;. Capps, Lauren Lightfoot, 
I Kevan Beth Tucker 





Fraternity Row! 

^ Tom Rinaldi, Andy 

Kutcher. Greg 
^j^ \ Higginbotham. 



Trey Woods 



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Lambda Chi 
Bid Day 

MacDougall Womack, 
Andrew McDowell, 
Brian Hall 



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FLOOR 

Helen Loring, Christina \ 
Sharp, Amanda Stevens, j 
Nikki Hebert, Kylie 
Kurtz, Megan Alderson 



Zi£i Stiidnil Life 



Juliana Biryukova, Allisa Vincent, Kristi Tool<er, 
Diana Day, Caroline Massey 



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Andrew Harris, Theon Jolnnson, Brandon Haynes, 
Jason Halt 



Antoinette Alexander. Stoslia Rampersad, 
Viveca Latham, Chelsi West 




Anna Kathryn Hill, Anna Marsh, Riley Hoekenschnieder, Lauren Elliott Houston. Ray Yeates, Robert Parrott 
Lippincott, Claire Sanford, Jessica Sutton, Grace Hammond 



Erin Shaw, Kim McGowan, Louis Conley, Gabby 
Kelly, Tiffanei Dedeaux. Kimberly Henry 




Emily Henke, Melanie Smith, Anna Wells, Megan 
Felker 



Hunter Owen, Joby Gaudet, John Bellish, Quinn 
Salmon 



Leslie Merritt, Mary Hoang, Matt Bonneau, 
Catherine Clark 




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Erin Sanford, Anna Allred, Katie Lewallen, 
Elizabeth Sooby 



Sarah Cowan, Carrie McDonnell, Amanda Waldrop, John Kellogg, Brad Yakots, Brent McCarty, Cory 
Kellie Giorgio Williamson 




Alii Mattalino, Rikki Darcey, Sara Goodwin, Sloan 
Holley, Morgan Troutt, Whitney Warrington 



Tyler Clemmensen, Matt Burch, Stephen Belden, 
Major Hollis 



Taylor Allee, Holly Dickens, Ashley Ferguson, 
Ashley Schettler 



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major 

Student organizations such as SBA, 
A.C.E (the old Major Productions), 
Multicultural Club, and the Black 
Student Association planned events 
to provide entertainment outside 
the normal routine. 





Harvey Hunt serves his homemade recipe to Dr. Thaw at the first annual Jambalaya 
Cook-Off, targeted at raising money for the Student Body Association. On Fourth 
Night, Luke Campbell signed a banner that would be displayed on his graduation day. 




John Boettcher and Bahen 
Privitt performed at the 
SBA Jamabalaya Cook-off 
in the fall. 



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» special occasions 

At the Homecoming concert, 
Emily Smith, Kara Ward, and 
Ashley Wilbourn party with 
the Soul Rebels Brass Band. 





Traditions such as Fourth 
Night and Opening 
Convocation help provide 
new students with a sense 
of the Millsaps community. 



/i4 Snidnii Life 



Do you believe in hypnotism? 





overwhelming feeling 
of comfort and was 
simply doing what 
seemed normal at the 
time." 
Elizabeth Salathe 



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HyptnotisiT^ 
Michael Anthony,' 

fools Dylan 

Maples with a 

witty card game. 




Anyone at this 

event would know 

that Connel 

Phillips was an 

easy target for 

mind games. 




» Activities and Campus 
Entertainment 




Chad Songy, Lorenzo Bailey, Ross Leblanc 

A.C.E. hosted a "Win a Date" game that featured 
student and faculty participants. 




Florencia Lasala, Jason Eastlack 

Students also enjoyed ice skating at thePark or a 
night of howling at Larwill Lanes. 




Mary Rogers Sorey, Winfrey Norton, Anna Allred 

The annual appearances of a comedian and a 
hypnotist were a guaranteed night of laughter. 



Major Events 



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Reachim 

Out 



Groups planned and participated in service 
activities, sucli as Bunny Shoestring, 
Habitat for Humanity, Project Midtown, 
Watermelon Bust, Delta Underground, 
Shamrock, Walk for a Wish, Chili Bowl, 
and even a Dodge Ball Tournament. 




Megan Maher 




Bunny Shoestring respresents what is amazing about community 
service - just you, good friends, cute kids, construction paper, and some 
time equaling to a rewarding experience for all, not easily forgotten." 

Courtney Costello 



Tiffany Hammond. Erin Giles. Katie Hamm 



Dr. Kurt Thaw 




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KD Shamrock is an annual 
event held to raise money for 
abused and battered women 
by holding events such as 
bowling tournaments. 




In Project Midtown 
student groups spent a 
day cleaning up and 
reparing homes in the 
Midtown area. 





Brent McCarty, Cory Williamson 



Delta Underground is a 
philanthropic talent 
show that raises money 
for St. Jude Children's 
Research Hospital. iB 



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Siudnil Life 



What is the best service 

experience you've had at 

IVIillsaps? 



» Teamwork 




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"R-E-C-Y-C-L-E... 
That's the way I'd 
like to be. I don't 
want to have to live 
on Mars, so..E-L-C- 
Y-C-E-R! " 

Katie Collins 



"Habitat for Humanity 
provided me with a 
way to strengthen my 
bonds with students 
while helping to build 
a home for someone 
in need." 

Taylor Hallmark 



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"I could be having a 
bad day, but the 
minute I step into 
Stewpot After School 
Program, the kids 
make all my worries 
fade away." 

Morgan Troutt 



"Volunteering at Red 
Cross over Katrina 
break was emotioanlly 
draining, but 
personally rewarding 
in that I learned how 
blessed I was." 

Beth Ann Baker 




Jessica Hoffpauir, Cari Taylor, Maggie Baumgartner, Kelly Miller, Julia Stewart 



Serx'ice 



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On August 29, Class 5 
Hurricane Katrina hit 
the the Gulf Coast 
area, devastating the 
lives of thousands and 
affecting Millsaps 
students forever. With 
two weeks of class 
canceled, students 
persevered through 
power outages and gas 
shortages. However, 
they made it through 
ready to help recover 
from the tragedy. 

^ ^ I think that any hurricane relief is beneficial, whether it be donating 

money, contributing to food drives, or just making evacuees feel welcome 
in new hometowns. But I felt amazingly blessed to be able to actually 
travel to extremely needy areas and work, hands on, to help rebuild." 

Meagan Malone, with Alex Allain 



» Katrina relief program 




Anna Kathryn Hi 



Megan Alderson, Lauren Lightfoot 



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John Forrest Douglas helps in the difficult months 
of the aftermath in Bay St. Louis, MS 

CMT lends a helping hand 




JP McVaugh 



Asela Roherts and 
Sarah Bounds help 
in the beginning 
efforts of rebuilding 
homes by raking up 
the debri left behind 
from Hurricane 
Katrina. 





What role did you play in helping 
with the aftermath of Katrina? 





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^fMy family was 
blessed in that the 
structure of our house 
remained. Every 
chance we could get, 
we worked on 
rebuilding our home." 
Sarah Bounds 

"Whether dealing 
with family, friends, 
or strangers at Red 
Cross, I wanted to be 
someone they were 
willing to talk with so 
that some sort of 
healing could begin." 
Ashley Hewitt 



"I helped out Central 
United Methodist 
Church in Meridian, 
MS, with their 
temproary shelter. 
The church housed 
over 500 people." 
Carly Deweese 



jeemg many or my 
friends lose their 
house, pets, and old 
life, I realized that 
Millsaps transitioned 
from being a college 
to a home." 

Katie Beth Miksa 



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dorm 



From loud laughter to the 
turning of pages, students 
were present in the dorms 
24/7. This home away 
from home provided an 
additional family to share 
the college experience. 





Gunter Cain 



/ / Dorm life is what you make it; I made it a marshmallow creme and 
jelly fight.. .dorm life is fantastic! 

Katie Collins, with JP McVaugh 



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Sumner Holmes 




Molly Fromkin 



Elizabeth Ofem. Karlingi 



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» leisure time 




Emily Gilbert 



Nikki Hebert, Kylie Kurtz 



Lakyn Britt 



What is the one thing you never leave your room without? 




never leave my 
room without my 
keys." 

Nancy Yates 





F "I never leave my 
room without my 
cell phone, gum, 
and chapstick of 
some sort." 

Alyce Howe 



_ "I never leave my 
I room without my 
: keys because it's got 
^ my life on it." 

Mimi Grissom 



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"I never leave my " 
room without my 
student ID or my keys 
because, knowing my 
luck, my roomate 
would lock me out!" 
Catherine Clark 



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off. 



Getting away to escape 
the routine was a daily 
pleasure. Student 
enjoyed relaxing with a 
drink at local Mexican 
restaurants, browsing 
book stores, and taking 
road trips! 



campus 



diversions 





Eiiy McMillan Z Z At La Casucla, you can have a good time for under fifteen dollars! The 
food is great, and the margaritas are even better! Can anyone say 
carpool?" Aggie Sikora, 

with Laura Arcuri 



» Eating Out 

Although the Caf and Kava 
House were convenient, 
students still enjoyed the 
opportunity of dining out. 





Callie Roth and Lauren 
Rochelle share a dessert 
as part of their treat at 
Lone Star. 






Dylan Chatterjee and Leif 
Mylroie relax with drinks 
at La Cazuela, which has 
become a weekly SAE 
tradition. 



Courtney Helfrich 



3^ Student Life 



I What was the highlight of 
V^ your trip? 



» Travel 






"China opened my 
eyes to life and its 
realities and changed 
the way I looked at 
the world. It was the 
best thing that ever 
happened to me!" 

Lacey McMillan 



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"No matter what 
country you're in, the 
people are the ones 
who have the greatest 
impact upon your 
experiences!" 
Emma Doineau, 
with John Yargo 



I "The best part of my 
': trip to Washington, 

D.C., was being able 

to see what the 

important executives ' 

do in their everyday 

lives." 

Lauren Lippincott, 
with Jessica Sutton 



"The best part was 
( when we would run 
: the snowmobile off 
the side of the 
mountain. It made for 
one hell of a story!" 

Paul Pettitt,; 
with Robert Quimbyl 




Sports teams took 
many road trips 
together, while 
other students 
planned trips as 
part of a study 
abroad program or 
v^ith friends for a 
spring break 
adventure. 



Soccer Trip: Ann Blumer, Laruen Rochelle, 
Kristen Massey, Callie Roth, Bobbie Jones 




New Orleans: Amanda Stevens, Megan Alderson 







London Eye: Vimala Gutti, Daniel 
Ingram 



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Yucatan: Amanda Waldrop, Jessica 
Sanford 



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graduation An, 

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The Commencement in 
the Bowl and the 
Baccalaureate, a 
traditional church service, 
honored the graduates 
upon the completion of 
another chapter in life. 





On May 13, Jessica Sutton and Ben Tillman line up with the other 
Tiffany Hammond graduates in the Academic Complex to march into the Bowl where their 
family and friends await them. 





Carrie McDonnell 



Viveca Latham, Sarice Robinson 



Florencia Lasalla. Helen Loring 



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What are your plans after 
graduation? 







April Sawyer, Callie Sasser, John Tyra, Jesse Tucker 




sars of medical 
school to look 
forward to, so I see 
myself traveling 
the world for a few 
months." . 

Jason Jarin I 



"To be the coolest 
person in the 
world... I always 
have been and 
always will be." 
Stuart Schmidt 




"My plans are to go 
to grad school at 
Millsaps for my 
M.B.A. and 
continue working : 
part-time." 

Reena Ahuja 



^^m^man the 
best sleep I've had 
in four years... 
Vegas, Chicago, 
Orlando, Gulf 
Shores, and Bay St. 
Louis." 
Katy Benvenutti 



Graduation 



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Student Life 




Editor: Emily Stewa 
Assistant: Katie Colli. 



Tournaments, Conferences, AU-SCAC Team, 
Player of the Week, NCAA Regionals, 
Statistics, Practices, Working Out, Home 
Games, Away Games, Bus Trips, Teammates, 
Winning, Losing, Home Run, Backhand, Field 
Goal, Passing, Strike, Cheering, Dances, Hole- 
in-One, Coaches, Fans, Purple Pride Games ... 

Practice makes perfect! I 




Amanda Paschall 



Will Benton 



Crystal Bender 



Rodnty Rngan 



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Sports Divider 




Concordia University 

2423 

Belhaven College 

1330 

Huntingdon College 

27-49 

Centre College 

10-38 

Rose-Hulman Institute 

10-35 

DePauw University 

14-51 

University of the South-Sewonee 

16-19 

Rhodes College 

30-29 



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Millsaps football is not for the weak. It takes a 

back-bone planted in courage and strength that 

shows an unwillingness to falter or give in. 

- David Cutter - 





CONELL PHILLIPS AND TODD RHODEN WERE NAMED TO THE ALL- 

SCAC First Team; Jay Buck, Tyson Roy, Ross Rutledge, and Ray 
Kline made the ALL-SCAC Second Team; David Cutter, Jostn Hanna, 
Neil Woodall, Matt Foisy, and Eric McCarty made Honorable 
Mention. 

"THROUGH ALL THE BLOOD, SWEAT, AND TEARS THAT WE ENDURED 

from the start of camp until the end of the season, we formed 
somewhat of a family bond." 

-Neil Woodall 

FRESHMEN MATT FOISY AND ERIC McCARTY LED THE TEAM IN 

receptions and recorded two of the three best receiving records in 
the SCAC. 

"I ENJOYED FINISHING MY COLLEGE CAREER AS A MILLSAPS MAJOR. 

Even when the team was faced with the pain of losses, I never gave 
up, and I continued to work hard." 

-Todd Rhoden 




FOOTBALL; (front) Ross Rutledge, Marcus Harris, David Cutter, Ronnie Wheat, Billy Bob Orsagh. Canaan Farris, (back) Eric McCarty, Tom 
Brezina, Brian King, Barkley Wedemeyer, Mike Moore, Keith Naccari, Denarold Anderson 



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other skills. We had tons of fun on the sidelines 
1 and at practice. Crowd participation was at its best 
when helping us cheer on the Majors. 
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"MILLSAPS CHEERLEADERS ARE BECOMING BETTER EACH YEAR! 

All of our fans should anticipate the squad becoming even stronger 
and louder in the upcoming years." 

-Elizabeth Bouffanie 

"I'M SO THANKFUL THAT I'VE HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO CHEER 

with a handful of great gals! I feel that we, as teammates, have 
gained so many friendships as well as a tight bond between each 
other. Each one of us put our heart and souls into cheering this 
year." 

-Christie Kokel 

"THIS YEAR'S SQUAD WAS AMAZING! WE DID A LOT OF NEW CHEERS 

and stunts which were difficult, but through a lot of practice we were 
able to put everything together. The girls this year were outstanding!" 

-Heather Wilson 




FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS: (front) Liz Ofem, Rachael Joe, (back) Heather Wilson, Sarah Schmidt, Allison Baker. Elizabeth Bouffanie, 
Gwen Orr, Mr. Maior. Cameron Scipper, Christie Kokel, Kim Henry, Chantae Dates, Erin Wright 



Rachael Joe, Chantae Oates, Penny Bailey 



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(front) Erin Wright, Allison Baker, Heather Wilson, (back) Sarah Schmidt. 
Gwen Orr, Christie Kokel, Elizabeth Bouffanie, Cameron Scipper, Kim 
Henry, Chantae Dates, Rachael Joe, Liz Ofem 




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The Major ImpressTons are a great group of girls. I feel oy 
the opportunity to get to know the girls and dance next with thenn. 
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- Katie Lewallen - 



"MY EXPERIENCE ON MAJOR IMPRESSIONS HAS BEEN 

full of memories of a dedicated team of young ladies, 
who I am honored to have met. I've made friends 
who are like sisters to me." 

- Kim McGowan 



"I GAINED EXPERIENCE IN TEAMWORK AND IMPROVED MY DANCE 

technique. But most importantly, I created bonds of friendship with 
people I probably never would have hung out with before dance 
team. I'm so glad that I found a new home!" 

- Tiffany Grimes 

"IT'S BEEN A GREAT YEAR WITH A GREAT GROUP OF GIRLS!! I'M SO 

happy to have had the chance to make a family away from home. 
Everyone brought something different to the team, which combined 
to make an amazing year. Thanks, ladies!" 

- Gabrella Kelly 





DANCE TEAM: (front) Courtney Helfrlch, Pam Beidleman. Katie Lewallen, Valencia Anderson. Nancy Salloum. Gabrella Kelly, (middle) 
Rebecca Behrends, Kate Anderson, Rachael Brown. Menlon McGlnnIs, (back) Jordan Willett, Megan Jumago.Tlffanei Dedeaux, Mignon Lebreton, 
Kalelynn Cowan, Karling Bennett, Kim McGowan, Wendy Brady, Besty Paulk 



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front) Katie Lewallen, Gabrella Kelly, Mignon Lebreton, (back) Pam Beidleman, Karling Bennett, Menton McGlnnIs, 
riffany Grimes, Kim McGowan 

Vlegan Jumago, Kate Anderson: Captain. 





Julianna Biryukova, Rebecca Behrends, Nancy Salloum, Kate 
Anderson 



(front) Julianna Biryukova, Rebecca Behrends, 
Gabrella Kelly, Kim McGowan, Pam Beidleman, 
Nancy Salloum, Kate Anderson, (back) Courtney 
Helfrich, Jordan Willett, Mignon Lebreton, Megan 
Jumago, Katelynn Cowan, Tiffany Grimes, Karling 
Bennett 




Pam Beidleman: Captain. 



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For the Record 



37 Wins ♦ 13 Losses 

East Texas Baptist 

14-15. 24-11 

Mississippi College 

16-1. 5-4. 1-6 

Hendrix College 

4-6. 6-2. 8-1. 11-1. 17-3 

Belhaven College 

3-1. 1-4. 5^ 

Trinity University 

9-3. 9-4. 2-4. 12-7. 4-8. 9-12. 18-10 

Huntingdon College 

16-5. 5-4 

Southwestern University 

11-4, 7-6. 13-2, 6-2, lai 

Piedmont College 

17-3 

Rust College 

16-4. 13-0 

Rhodes College 

8-10. 22-11, 4-1, 8-0. 9-11. 7-0 

Illinois Wesleyan 

aiO. 7-8 

Louisiana College 

7-5 

Emory University 

6-5. 11-4 

LaGrange College 

14-9. 13-1 

DePauw University 

7-1. 11-1 

Webster University 

15-1 

College of Mount Saint Joseph 

13-5 

Aurora University 

11-3. 6-8, 11-12 



Garner Wetzel: -400 batting 
average; Outfielder. SR. 




Tal Hendrix: Pitcher. SR. 



Hunter Abrams: Infielder. SO 




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and talented. Instead of being happy just to be | 

there, this team is focused on winning. j 

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THE MAJORS WERE SCAC CO-CHAMPIONS AND FINISHED SECOND IN 

the NCAA Division III regional tournannent. 

"I HAVE LOVED PLAYING BASEBALL HERE FOR FOUR YEARS, BUT 

what I will miss the most are my teammates. There is nothing better 
than playing the best sport on earth with your best friends every day." 

-John Fox 

GARNER WETZEL WAS A DIVISION III ALL-AMERICAN, DIVISION III 

National Champion in RBI's per game, and SCAC Offensive Player-of-the- 
Week. He was drafted in the 18th round by the San Diego Padres. 

JOHN FOX WAS SELECTED AS A SCAC PITCHER-OF-THE-WEEK FOR 

games played April 10-16. 

THE MAJORS WON THE COWBOY MALONEY TROPHY SERIES, GOING 

a combined 4-1 against Belhaven College and Mississippi College. 

LUKE MORROW WAS A SCAC OFFENSIVE PLAYER-OF-THE-WEEK FOR 

games during March 6-12. 




BASEBALL: (front) Tal Hendrix, Garner Wetzel, Jason Hadley, Brad Mizerany, Nick Crawford, Taylor Jones, Derrik Boland, Luke Morrow, Zach Moore, 
Graduate Asst. Ben Wilson, (middle) Trainer Murray Burch, Drew Maddox, Cape Bell, Nicky Prather, Con Maloney, Head Caoch Jim Page, Joby Gaudet, Justin 
Carter, Barkley Wedemeyer, John Holleman.Asst. Coach Cody McCain, (back) Infield Coach Chad Blanchard, Bryant Palmerton, Hayes Brian, John Pacillo.Tait 
Hendrix, Hunter Abrams, Brandon Ingram, John Fox, Quinn Salmon, Todd Kindler, Mike Worobel, Jay Hollenbeck, Russ Boyd, Joe Blades, Hunter Owen, David 
Hutzel, Frederick Wiley, Outfield Coach Doug Fortenberry 



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12 Wins ♦ 28 Losses 

Henderson State 

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Belhaven College 

4-5. 0-8, 3-8, 0-5, 16 

University of West Alabama 

4-5 

Emory University 

7-6. 2-7 

Huntingdon College 

6-5, 4-5 

Mississippi College 

2-4, 02. 5-6, 1-5, 21 

Piedmont College 

4-6, 4-9 

LaGrange College 

2-3, 0-4 

University of Arkansas - Pine Bluff 

9-1 

University of the South - Sewanee 

10-0 

DePauw University 

7-6 

Centre College 

8-9 

William Carey College 

1-5, 0-7 

Hendrix College 

2-1, 8-1, 2-3, 0-3, 8-9 

Trinity University 

2-6. 1-5, 3-6, 2-4 

Rhodes College 

8-3, 10-1, 10-3, 9-0 

Rose-Hulman Institute 

7-9 






Christina Sharp: Second base, SR 






Kacey Quinn, Tiffany Ladnier 



Erica Douglas; Pitcher, FR. 



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other . . . that was the best part. 

- Erica Douglas - 



FRESHMAN PITCHER ERICA DOUGLAS WAS SELECTED AS SCAC 

Pitcher of the Week for games played March 20-26. 

"THIS WAS BY FAR THE MOST FUN I'VE EVER HAD DOING 

something I enjoy. Our team is one OUTSTANDING group of good 
ball players!" 

-Renee Green 

JUNIOR THIRD BASEMAN JOSIE MANLEY WAS NAMED TO THE 2006 

SCAC All-Tournament Team. 

"THE BEST PART OF THIS SEASON WAS GETTING TO KNOW THE 

girls and making memories. We really had a great group that came 
together well, on and off the field. 

-Tiffany Ladnier 

SENIOR SECOND BASEMAN CHRISTINA SHARP WAS NAMED 

Millsaps' Female Athlete of the Year. 




WOIVIEN'S FASTPITCH: Kacey Quinn, Ivy Settlemires, Kaylea Hardwick, Erica Douglas, Kylie Kurtz, Christina Sharp 



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For the Record 



14 Wins ♦ 12 Losses 

Austin College 

80-64 

University of Dallas 

60-57. 69-39 

Rust College 

75-74, 73-79 

Fisk College 

68-70 

Wesley (Miss.) 

85-62 

Piedmont University 

82-76 

Belhaven College 

67-71 

Birmingham-Southern College 

58-86 

Oglethorpe University 

92-93, 83-69 

Hendrix College 

84-78. 82-78 

Rhodes College 

90-74, 81-87 

Southwestern University 

65-88. 66-78 

Trinity University 

76-85, 80-88 

Depauw University 

89-83 

Rose-Hulman Institute 

61-62 

LaGrange College 

80-58 

Centre College 

59-56, 80-86 

University of the South-Sewanee 

109-93 



Tyler Warren: All-SCAC 2nd Team: Guard, SR 




Chad Songy: Guard, FR. 



Justin LeBlanc: Guard. SR. 



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SENIOR TYLER WARREN WAS NAMED TO THE ALL-SCAC SECOND 

team and was a SCAC Player of the Week. He ended the season 
fifth on the school's all-time career scoring list. 

"WINNING AT SEWANEE AND CENTRE WAS HUGE FOR US SENIORS 

because it was the first time in our careers that we had swept two 
conference teams on the road." 

-Brad Greenhaw 

SOPHOMORE RODNEY ROGAN WAS NAMED TO THE ALL-SCAC THIRD 

team. 

"THE MOST EXCITING MOMENT FOR ME WAS BEATING CENTRE 

College in a close game on their home court." 

-Chad Songy 




MEN'S BASKETBALL: (front) Deonte Oscar, Tyler Warren, Allen Odum, Morgan Walvoord, Justin LeBlanc, Brad Greenhaw, Lorenzo Bailey, (middle) Chad 
Songy, Russ Boyd, Rob Davis, John Childs, Roscoe Forch, Jeff Steinbaugh, Tommy Cortez, Robert Quinn, Randy Nichols, (back) Kyle Dennis, Brandon Cotton, 
Edrick Montgomery, Rodney Rogan, Phil Pass, Russell Booth, Chris Sanders, Ross James 



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For the Record 



8 Wins ^ 17 Losses 

Rust College 

46-55. 62-56, 70-65 

Huntingdon College 

67-51 

Birmingham- Southern College 

40-74 

University of Dallas 

65-78, 60-65 

LaGrange College 

67-56 

University of Texas- Dallas 

64-54 

Aurora College 

60-72 

Oglethorpe University 

56-66, 51-97 

Hendrix College 

70-69. 80-103 

Rhodes College 

63-78, 73-89 

Southwestern University 

55-57, 57-50 

Trinity University 

63-76, 60-77 

DePauw University 

47-76, 61-80 

Rose-Hulman Institute 

59-67 

Centre College 

44-47 

University of the South - Sewanee 

63^8 




Miranda Rosar: All-tournament team at 
Huntingdon College. 




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Debbie Sturgis, All Sturgis, Kaylea Hardwick, 
LaReina Adams, Leslie Frese 



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Although we struggled during different parts of the 

season, overall it was a fun and exciting year. We 

are looking forward to next year." 

- Crystal Dickerson - 



"OUR TEAM MOTTO GREW TO BE ADVERSITY MAKES CHAMPIONS. " 

-Skye Chambless 

SENIOR MIRANDA ROSAR AND FRESHMAN JESSICA BOWIE MADE 

the All-Tournament Team at Huntingdon College. 

"WE FOUGHT AND FOUGHT BUT LOVED EVERY MINUTE OF IT." 

-Jessica Bowie 

LINDSAY ALDERMAN AND MIRANDA ROSAR LED THE TEAM IN TOTAL 

points. Rosar averaged 12.5 per game, and Alderman had 12. 

"I WOULD NOT HAVE GROWN AS A PLAYER OR A PERSON WERE IT 

not for Martha and Miranda." 

-Amber King 




WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: (front) Brittney West, Kaylea Hardwick, Lindsay Alderman, LaReina Adams, Skye Chambless, Amber King, Lauren Lightfoot, (back) 
Head Coach Robin Jeffries, Megan Alderson, Leslie Frese,Ali Sturgis, Jessica Bowie, Debbie Sturgis, Miranda Rosar, Crystal Dickerson, Martha McDaniel,Asst. Coach 
Jennifer Hamm 



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For the Record 

6 Wins ♦ lUosses ♦ ITie 

Washington University 

0-3 

Rust College 

5-1. 6-0 

Louisiana College 

3-1 

Mississippi College 

1-2 

Huntingdon College 

4-0 

LeTourneau University 

1-5 

Belhaven College 

0-0 

Delta State University 

2-1 

Centre College 

1-8 

University of the South- Sewanee 

0-2 

DePauw University 

0-3 

Rose- Hulman Institute 

0-4 

Trinity University 

1-9 

Southwestern University 

10 

Hendrix College 

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Rhodes College 

1-3 

Oglethorpe University 

0-5 



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Matt Mutchler: Goalkeeper, PR. 



Heath Smith: 3rd team All-SCAC; Midfielder, SO. 



Sam Gay: Defender. SO. 



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Playing soccer at Millsaps is an honor. There is an 

incredible amount of talent amongst the squad, and 

everyone is close both on and off the field. 

- Stuart Schmidt - 



SOPHOMORE MIDFIELDER HEATH SMITH WAS SELECTED AS A 

member of the All-SCAC third team. 

"I LOVE PLAYING FOR COACH JOHNSON, BUT IT REALLY IS THE GUYS 

on the team that make the experience. The bus trips, practice, 
games, and the week we spent in IVIemphis after the hurricane 
really brought us close together." 

-Todd Schneck 

SENIOR MIDFIELDER STUART SCHMIDT STARTED ALL EIGHTEEEN 

games and led the team in goals scored. 

"WE ACCOMPLISHED SEVERAL GOALS WE SET FOR OURSELVES THIS 

year. It is going to be different having to watch next year." 

-Joseph Wehby 




MEN'S SOCCER: (front) Josh Alarcon, Leif Mylroie, Joseph Wehby, Matt Mutchler, Elliott Houston, Ryan Schexnayder, Anthony Amaya, 
(middle) Ben Buckner,Toddd Schneck, Zach Rodriguez, Greg Higginbotham, Jake Milner, Franklin Childress, Lee Pharr, Greg Groglio, (back) 
Oghale Ighoavodha, Stuart Schmidt, Heath Smith, Brent Blackburn, Luke Campbell, Michael Sawyer, Sam Gay, Joseph Ingram 



Stuart Schmidt: Midfielder, SR 



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team unity and endurance, and awakened us to the 
challenges we were forced to endure. 
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SOPHOMORE MIDFIELDER CALUE ROTH WAS SELECTED TO THE 

All-SCAC Third Team. Roth was also recognized as Offensive 
Tri-Player of the Week. 

"AFTER SPENDING TIME AT THE BEGINNING OF THE SEASON 

learning how each of the players worked together, we ended the 
season by becoming a team who loved to play for each other." 

-Elizabeth Sooby 

TEAM AWARDS: ELIZABETH SOOBY-NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR; 

Callie Roth-MVP; Emily Ainsworth-Coaches' Award; Megan Storm- 
Offensive MVP; Julia Fell-Defensive MVP; Beth Piraino and Ann 
Blumer-Most Improved Players. 

"THE TWO MOST FABULOUS THINGS THIS YEAR WERE TYING WITH 

Rhodes College, who was top in the conference, and beating 
Oglethorpe University, which gave us our first conference win." 

-Amanda Paschall 




WOMEN'S SOCCER: (Iron!) Emily Ainsworth, Amanda Paschall, Hayley Barber, Julia Fell. Laura Rodriguez, Kate Goodwin. Ann Blumer. Kristen Massey. 
Lauren Rochelle, Bobbi Jones (back) Coach Paul Van Hooydonk, Megan Storm, Kristin Barrios, Callie Roth, Mary Raines, Elizabeth Sooby, Beth Piraino, Liz 
Smith, Erin Sanford, Sarah Kocher,Asst. Coach Gina Smith 



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Callie Roth: 3rd team ALL SCAC; Midfielder, SO. 




Sarah Kocher: Forward, SO. 



IVlegan Storm: Midfielder, SO. 



For the Record 



3 Wins ♦ 10 Losses 4 ITie 

LSU-Shreveport 

1-2 

Louisiana College 

6-0 

Mississippi College 
Belhaven College 

0-3 

Delta State University 

3-2 

Centre College 

0-3 

University of the South-Sewanee 

0-4 

DePauw University 

0-2 

Rose-Hulman Institute 

3-6 

Trinity University 

0-8 

Southwestern University 

1-5 

Hendrix College 

0-2 

Rhodes College 

2-2 

Oglethorpe University 

2-1 



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game changes depending on the people you play 

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ASHLEY WEBER AND JENN PUJOL WERE NAMED TO THE ALL-SCAC 

third team. 

"WE WERE GIVEN A TOUGH SCHEDULE WITH MOSTLY AWAY GAMES, 

and it was hard on the team. We really had to work together to pull 
through in the end." 

-Sarah ExIey 

RENEE GREEN AND CASSIDY BAKER LED THE TEAM IN SERVING 

with over forty service aces each. 

"ALL OF MY CLOSEST FRIENDS ARE ON THE VOLLEYBALL TEAM. WE 

do everything together. We worked really hard over the past year, 
and our team chemistry made all of it worth while." 

-Ashley Weber 



Jenn Pujol: Middle, SR 




WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL: (front) Ashley Weber, Renee Green, Keisha Keyes. Cassidy Baker, Sarah ExIey, ( back) Asst. Coach Kevin Buhr, 
Kim Fox, Colleen Kelly, Liz Blanche, Jenn Pujol, Andy Kutcher, Head Coach Matt Linebarger 



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15 Wins ♦ 19 Losses 


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Jackson State University 




0-3 


Hendrix College 


3-0, 3-1, 3-2 




IVIississippi Valley State 




0-3, 0-3 




Freed-Hardeman University 




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LeTourneau University 




3-0, 3-1 




University of Texas-Tyler 




3-2 




Rose-Hulman Institute 




3-2, 3-0 




Centre College 




3-1, 1-3 




University of the South - Sewanee 




3-0, 1-3 




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3-0, 3-0 


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Captain; Ashley Weber: SCACAII-Conference 
3rd Team, Captain. 




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Renee Green: Setter, JR.; Colleen 
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8 Wins 4 11 Losses 

Rose- Hulman Institute 

5-2 

Oglethorpe University 

3-4. 3-4 

Mississippi College 

1-6, 1-6 

Jackson State University 

2-5 

Abraham Baldwin Agricultural 
College 

0-5 

Hendrix College 

1-4 

Centre College 

3-4 

Rhodes College 

0-7 

Belhaven College 

9-0. 4-3 

Western New England College 

6-1 

Connecticut College 

4-3 

Transylvania University 

1-6 

Lake Forest College 

4-3 

University of Texas - Tyler 

1-4 

Pearl River Community College 
7-0 



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Jonathan Giurintano 



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My favorite memory of the year was when we 
were tied 3-3 with Connecticut College. We came 
together, focused our energy, and clinched the match. 

- Russell Turley - 



RUSSELL TURLEY WAS NAMED TO THE ALL-SCAC HONORABLE 

Mention Team. 

"THIS SEASON WAS A REALLY GREAT EXPERIENCE, AND I THINK WE 

all learned a lot from each other." 

-Tim Shoptsugh 

CHRIS ROLEN, RUSSELL TURLEY, TREVOR HARRIS, WES HILL, AND 

Tim Shoptaugh were named to the SCAC All-Tournament team. 

"KEEP YOUR FOCUS BECAUSE YOU CAN COME BACK EVEN IF YOU 

are down match point." 

-Chris Rolen 

"THE TEAM PROGRESSED TREMENDOUSLY OVER THE COURSE OF 

the year. We had a great group of freshmen. This season was a 
blast, and I am looking forward to even more progress next year." 

-Wes Hill 



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MEN'S TENNIS: (front) Head Coach Scott Pennington. Russell Turley, Jac Chapman, Collin Jones, Alan Kebert, Jonathan Giurintano, Robert 
Parker, (back) Jeff Newbern, Trevor Harris, Chris Rolen, Travis Scharr,Wes Hill, Tim Shoptaugh, Michael Puckett 



Men's Tennis 



59 




For the Record 



6 Wins ♦ 12 Losses 



Pearl River Community College 

9-0 

University of Texas-Tyler 

2-5 

Tougaloo College 

6-0 

University of IVIobile 

0-9 

Ursinus College 

5-4 

Drew University 

9-0 

Hamilton College 

2-7 

Saint Mary's College 

1-8 

Vassar College 

0-9 

Belhaven College 

1-8. 2-7 

Mississippi -College 

2-7 

Rhodes College 

0-9 

Centre College 

3 6, 2 7 

Jackson State University 

81 

Trinity University 

09 

Oglethorpe University 



Katie Anderson: Position 1 Singles and Doubles; Captain, 
SR. 




Allisa Vincent 



Emily Stewart 



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We have a blast together as a team, no matter 
where we are or what we are doing. Having that 
type of connection and team unity is very special 

- Kelsey McKnight - 



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"I COULD NOT BE MORE PROUD OF THE GIRLS THIS YEAR. THEY 

practiced hard, but also knew how to have fun. Everyone's hard 
work paid off at SCAC. I will never forget this year!" 

-Katie Anderson 

EMILY STEWART AND KATIE ANDERSON LED THE TEAM IN POSITION 

1 Doubles with a record of 10-3. 

"EVERY YEAR SEEMS TO GET BETTER AND BETTER. I'M REALLY 

excited about next year and the new players we have coming in." 

-Beth Sadler 

THE TEAM TRAVELED TO ORLANDO TO PLAY IN A TOURNAMENT 

over spring break. 

"THIS YEAR IT FELT LIKE THERE WAS MORE SUPPORT FROM THE 

team and from people just coming to watch." 

-Hillary Hamblen 




WOMEN'S TENNIS: (front) Head Coach Scott Pennington. Katie Anderson, Beth Sadler Kelsey McKnight. Caroline Massey, Emily Stewart, 
(back) Mia Cowgill, Allisa Vincent, Beth Piraino, Hillary Hamblen 



Women's Tennis 



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As golfers at Millsaps, we all know the definition of 

being student atheletes.The application of the work 

ethic we learn in the classroom benefits us 

immensely on the course. 

- Drew McDowell - 

SENIOR CHUCK GRAYBEAL FINISHED 17TH IN THE SCAC TOURNAMENT. 

"I FEEL THAT OVER THE PAST TWO YEARS WOMEN'S GOLF HAS 

improved greatly, and I am looking forward to having a great season 
next year." 

-Krystle Holliday 

CHAD TOBLER LED THE TEAM TO A FIRST PLACE FINISH AT THE 

Mississippi College Invitational. 

THE MEN'S TEAM PLACED SIXTH IN THE SCAC TOURNAMENT AT 

The University of the South in Sewanee, TN. 

BETSY POWELL AND LAUREN LIGHTFOOT PLACED 28TH AND 38TH 

respectively at the SCAC tournament. 




MEN'S GOLF; (front) Jack Rader, Chuck Graybeal, Daniel Rice, (back) Michael Ameen. Chad Tobler, Coach Scott Essex, Drew McDowell 



Sports 




For the Record 



MEN'S GOLF 
Wynlakes Country Club 

9th 

Mississippi College Invitational 

1st 

SCAC Tournament 

6th 



WOMEN'S GOLF 

Mobile College Spring Fling 

4th 

Rhodes Spring Invitational 

Participant 



Michael Ameen 




Jack Rader 



rew McDowell 



Coach Scott Essex. Daniel Rice 



Golf 63 




Richard Jones. Will Benton, Taylor Weglicki, Travis Tutor 




Jason Jarin 




Ivy Settlemires, Amber King. Maria Greene. Anna Allred 





Will Benton. Taylor Weglicki 



Maria Greene 



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Whoever asks us why we run so much has never 

heard of a runner's high. 

-Jason Jarin - 




"RUNNING IS ALWAYS MORE FUN WHEN YOU ARE CHASING DOWN 

a Kenyan. Coach Rop was great this year!" 

-Michael Yablick 

OUT OF FIVE INVITATIONALS, THE MEN'S TEAM PLACED 4TH TWICE 

and 10th twice, and the women's team placed 5th once. 

"I THINK THIS YEAR WAS A BUILDING YEAR. WE GOT AN AWESOME 

new coach, and our team is young. We should improve greatly over 
the years." 

-Maria Greene 

TAYLOR WEGLICKI AND TWO TEAMMATES TRAVELED TO KENYA FOR 

three weeks for pre-season training. 




CROSS COUNTRY: (front) Ivy Settlemires, Jessica Curry, Maria Greene. Anna Allred, (back) Richard Jones, Will Benton, Trauis Tutor, Taylor 
Weglicl<i, Michael Yablick 



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66 People 




AcnvmES Greek 



Ninety- two professors, 1154 students from 

thirty states and fifteen different countries, 

Eighteen staff departments, Average class size 

of fifteen, Twenty different majors. Eighty-one 

percent of students Hving on campus. Fifty-one 

percent male and forty-nine percent female. 

Seventeen honors graduates ... 

There's strength in 



diversity 1 1 




Cory Williamson 



Lee Arrington 



Katie Wages 



People Divider O / 



The Cabinet 




(front) Dean Richard Smith, Sr. Vice President & Dean of the College; Dr. Frances Lucas, President of the College; 
Dr. George Bey, Associate Dean of Sciences Division; (back) Dean Brit Katz, Vice President for Student Life & Dean 
of Students; Mathew Cox, Dean of Enrollment Management; Dr. Elise Smith, Acting Associate Dean of Arts and 
Letters; Lou Burney, Vice President for Finance; Todd Rose, Vice President for Campus Services; Patti Wade, 
Director of Communications & Marketing; Dr. Ken Harmon, Dean of the Else School of Management; Dr. Charles 
Lewis, Vice President for Institutional Advancement 



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People 



what (4ms your tMX>st \M£Miorahl^ ex^leMx>e^ 

this year at MiLUaf^? 




One of my greatest memories 
involves the two weeks I spent with a 
group of Millsaps students in Europe. 
In particular, I remember a great 
evening having dinner outside in a 
piazza in Florence, Italy, with a large 
group of students. It was great fun! 



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axx4>t4ifUishii£4its as a/ sckooi? 




My heart was touched and I remain impressed 
by our campus community's overall response to 
the Hurricane Katrina crisis. Despite the 
horrors of the storm's impact, the College's 
faculty, staff, administrators, and student body 
strove to embrace everyone afflicted by 
personal losses and stresses. We welcomed 
dozens of displaced students for the fall 
semester, demonstrating our famous "Millsaps 
hospitality." It could have devolved into the 
worst of times, but our stalwart community 
remained positive during the strain. 



My strongest memory is the days following Hurricane Katrina, particularly how many people who had 
damage at their residences still made it a priority to come and help the campus get ready to reopen for 
students. It was nothing short of amazing to see how many people worked tirelessly while having all of 
their own issues at home (no lights, little gasoline, many family members staying with them) to deal with. 



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Faculty 69 



The Staff 




(front) Bradley Bennett, Gail Waldrop, Julie DanieK. Tn>>h Bruce. Louise Bumey. Leslie 
Ivers. (hack) Cliff Wilson. Sharon Bcasley. Rcgina lluliano. Kathenne Burch. Maggie 
Baumgartner. Angel Greer 



(front) Jeff Venator. Dawn Nations. Jerry Landry, (middle) Blake Copeland. Al Parker, 
Tom Henderson. Jeanne Bodron. (hack) Scott McNamee. Alex Slawson. Brian Jackson, 
(not pictured) Gail Keller. Don Mullen. Ray Hcatherly 




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(front) Vickcy .MlIJoii.iIJ. Lllen Trappey. Anne Clark. Betty Hulsey. Jams Booth, (middle) (front) Molly McManus. .Mlison Mays. Debra Mcintosh, Tom Henderson, (back) Elizabeth 
Tiffany Hammond. Shcrryl Wilburn. Betty Coleman. Tonya Craft (back) Georgianna Beck, Ryan Roy, Larry Madison, Rocky Madden, Janice Allison 

Martin. Paul Van Hooydonk. Lisa Garvin. Tim Wise. Patrick Cooper 




(front) David Wilkinson. Marshall Palmer. Tommy Barnes, (back) Bo Ainsuorlh, Keith 
McNcese. Ru.ssell Jones. Michael Smith 



Dean's Office: Barbara Young. Nancy McKay; President's Office: Esther Baugh 



POST OFFICE 




Ruth Stewart, Karen Shepherd 



OFFICE OF CONTINUING EDUCATION 




front) Nola Gibson, Janet Langley, (back) Wanda Manor, Susan Smith 






What I like the most is 
worl<ing with the students. 
My babies bring me joy, 
and the faculty and staff 
are great too. 



helping Amanda Stevens 





The academia, camaraderie, 
and fraternity ... and I get to 
work out at the HAC for 
free. 



Our students are some of 
the most interesting people; 
they thrive on wanting to 
know more, questioning 
and valuing all aspects of 
their liberal arts education. 

lfe#iriryl WSlItiuiirini 

with Chaplain Lisa Garvin 




FOOD SERVICES 




front) Isabelle Patterson, Betsy Schetter (back) Debbi Braswell, Patrick 

ames 



(front) Johnnie WilHams, Lilhe Johnson, Latonya McDougal, Patricia Ainsworth, Brenda Henley, 
Emma Daniels, (2nd row) Wanda George, Vertie Adams, Fontella Bass, Josephine Burns, Lonzer Harris 
Jr. (3rd row) Loretta SummerUn, Sharon Day, Ruby Delany, James Griffin, Mildred Terrell, Brandon 
Ealey, (back) Michael Knight, Dales Johnson, Dolly Williams, Derek Horton, David Woodward 



The Faculty 



Michelle Acuff 

Visitiii,^ Assiihiiit I'rofcssiir (if Art 

Dr. Ajay K. Aggarwal 

Associate Professor ofQikinlittitiw Miiihr^ciiiciit 

Dr. Sarah Arm.vtrong 

Clhiir 0/ Hiiilil^' 

Dr. Loyc B. Ashton 

I'rufessor af RclixiDW^ Sliulifs 

Dr. Kamilla Bahbahani 

Assistant I'rofcssiir nf Eduiatutii 



Dr. Diane Baker 

Assoeiate Professor of Shiihituniciit 

Dr. James Bowley 

Professor of Rcli\;iini'. StiiJics 

Dr. Claudine Chadeyras 

( Ihiir of Modern iiiii};iiaxcs 

Dr. Cheryl Coker 

Assistant Professor of Perforniin}; Arts 

Dr. Timothy Coker 

Chair of I'erfirnnnx Arts 



Ms. Jane Collins 

Visitin\; Instruetor of Aeeountin^ 

Dr. Laura Franey 

Assistant Professor of Pnxlish 

Dr. Delbcrt Ciann 

Associate Professor ofileolox}' 

Dr. Eric Griffin 

Associate Professor of linxlish 

Dr. Mark Hanion 

Assistant Professor ofi heinistr}' 




Wh^it aziidce^ (4Wul{iyot4/aiA/^^to O/jresfutuift? 




Freshmen need to find a 
balance between 
studying, extracurricular 
activities, social 
engagements, and 
staying healthy! 

Pit. Kriig^y l^timsiiiis 




Take pleasure in life; 
realize that much of that 
pleasure comes from 
sharing ideas with others. 
Don't be shy about having 
questions and opinions. 



Question everything. 
Ask why things are the 
way they are. Take 
classes with Dr. Bowley, 
Dr. Ammon, and Dr. Zaie. 

Pit- IHI@1 



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Don't drink and drive, 
don't do drugs and don't 
have reckless sex, 

P>iro T#<l Aimiimi<§)ini 




I /it People 




Mr. Tom Henderson 

Associate Professor, ColU'xe Librarian 

Dr. Wolfgang Kramer 

Assistant Prufessor ofCliemistry 

Dr. Robert McElvaine 

Clniir of History 

Dr. Sarah McGuire 

Professor of Biology 

Dr. James McKeown 

Professor of Biology 



Dr. Greg Miller 

Professor of English 
Dr. Walter Neely 
Professor of Finance 
Dr. Kristen T. Oertel 

Assistant Professor of History 
Dr. Kevin Pauli 

Assistant Professor of Management 
Dr. Darby Ray 

Professor of Religious Studies 



Mr. Sanford Warren 

Instructor of Accountancy 
Dr. Robert Shive 
Professor of Mathematics 
Dr. Steve Smith 
Chair of Religious Studies 
Dr. Patrick Taylor 
Associate Professor of Economics 
Dr. Timothy Ward 
Chair of Chemistry 



Dr. Sanford Zaie 

Associate Professor of History 



WhataJAdc^^i»>ul{iyou^a(Are^to O/atroMuute? 




Read Thomas 
Friedman's, "The World 
is Flat" and continue to 
prepare for a life of 
change and learning. 



You're just beginning 
the journey - relax, and 
enjoy the ride. 





I would encourage 
graduating students to 
seek their vision as a 
man whose hair is on 
fire seeks a pond. 



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Have the courage to go 
further than your dreams. 
Remember where you 
came from, and always, 
always help others. 




Faculty I O 



Timothy Abston SR, 

Christopher AcheeSR 

LaReina Adams FR. 

Claiborne Adcock FR. 

Luv Agrawal FR. 

Reena Ahuja SR. 

Emily Ainsworth SO. 

Josh Alarcon FR. 

Lindsay Alderman FR. 

Leah Alford JR. 
Wardah Ali SR. 
Alex Allam FR. 
Taylor Allee SO 
Alice Allen FR, 
Anna Allred FR. 

Carlos Almaraz FR. 

Reads Alpaugh JR. 

Michael Ameen SO. 

Amber AmoreFR. 

Ben Anderson FR. 

Cearro Anderson FR. 

Denarold Anderson FR. 

Edwina Anderson SR. 

Erin Anderson FR, 

Kate Anderson JR. 

Casey Andrews FR. 

Dwight Andrus SR. 

Carissa Antone FR. 

Laura Arcuri JR. 

Chris Awwad FR. 

Sam Baber FR. 

Lorenzo Bailey SO. 

Penny Bailey JR. 

Stephanie Bailey JR. 

Allison Baker FR. 

Beth Ann Baker SO. 

Cassidy Baker SO. 

Carie Balton SR. 

Hayley Barber FR. 

Lauren Bardwell SR. 

Katie Barlow JR. 

James Barnett FR, 

Kristin Barrios JR, 

Garic Barrosse FR, 

Maggie Baum^artner JR, 

Derek Beaushaw SR, 

Rebecca Behrends FR, 

Pam Beidleman JR, 

Georgia Ellen Beilmann SR, 

Stephen Belden SR, 

Michael Bell JR, 

Karling Bennett SO, 

Katy Benvenutti SR, 

Hays Berry FR, 

Sana Bhatti JR, 
Paul Bible JR, 
Ul'yana Biryukova FR, 
Matthew Black FR, 
Brent Blackliiirii;R 
Liz Blanche 
David Blani; 
Ann Blumei 
Jack Boettcher SO. 




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Students 



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Matthew Bonneau SO. 

Nathan Booth SO. 

Russell Booth FR, 

Alexandra Bosworth SR. 

Elizabeth Boteler SO, 

Elizabeth Bouttanle FR. 

Chad Bowen FR. 

Jessica Bowie FR. 

Jana Brady SR. 

JR. Braun FR. 

Ashley Brauner SR. 

Tom Brezina SR. 

Rachel Brooks FR. 

Jessica Brown SR. 

Rashad Brown FR. 

Emily Bnjser SR. 

Mary Buchan FR. 

Michelle Buchanan FR. 

Alex Buck FR. 

Jay Buck SO. 

Jeff Bunn JR. 

David Butler FR. 

Ben Cam FR. 

Gunter Cain SR. 

Anna Calhoun FR. 

Autumn Calhoun SO. 

Lia Calhoun FR. 

Luke Campbell FR. 

Paige Capps FR. 

Bjorn Carlsson SO. 

Katie Carmon SO. 

John Carrington FR. 

Justin Carter SR. 

Demaris Cassibry FR. 

Daniel Castille FR. 

Aimee Catalanotto FR. 

Skye Chambless FR. 

David Chandler SO. 

David Chase JR. 

Matthew Chnstion FR. 

Tiffany Clade JR. 

Andrew Clark FR. 

Catherine Clark SO. 

Julye Clark SR. 

Travis Clements SO. 

Tyler Clemmensen SR. 

Jacqueline Coale SO. 

Katie Collins FR. 

Gina Colon SR. 

Danielle Cook SO. 

Lacey Cook JR. 

Brad Corban SR. 

Philip Cortese FR. 

Courtney Costello JR. 

Michael Gotten FR. 

Katelynn Cowan FR. 

Sarah Cowan SR. 

Nick Crawford JR. 

Henry Crosby JR. 

Kenith Crose FR. 

Erika Cruz SR. 

Daniel Culver FR. 

George Cummings l^R. 




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Michael Curren SO. 

Bentley Woods Curry SO. 

Jessica Curry SO. 

David Taylor Cutter SR, 

Chris Daniels FR 

Luke Darby FR, 

James Darnell SR. 

Stephen Daume SO. 

Frances Davidson SR. 

Elizabeth Davis JR. 

Diana Day FR. 

PaulDearingSR. 

Mary Deaton SO. 

Larry Denman FR. 

Kyle Dennis FR. 

Carly Deweese JR. 

Matthew Deweese FR. 

Andrea Dewey SR. 

Holly Dickens JR. 

Ciystal Dickerson FR. 

Lorene Dodd FR. 

Kyle Doherty SO. 

Dan Dorsey FR 

Erica Douglas FR 

John Forrest Douglas JR 

Joshua Downer SO. 

Jason Eastlack SR. 

Ahmed Elalighe FR. 

Rachel Eldridge FR. 

Erin Elliott SO 

Anna Ellis SR 

Amanda Epperson SR. 

Donnie Epps FR. 

Allan Eyrich FR. 

Canaan Farris SO. 

Sarah Fee JR. 

Megan Felker SO. 

Julia Fell SO 

Ashley Ferguson SO 

Candice Fisher FR. 

Charles Reet SR 

Matt Foisy FR. 

Rachel Fontenot SO. 

Roscoe Forch SO. 

Margot Fountain SO. 

Michael Franklin JR. 

Dana Frederick FR. 

Leslie Frese JR. 

Elizabeth Frierson SO. 

Molly Fromkin FR. 

Allison GallagtierSR. 

Jeffrey Gardner SR. 

Sam Gay SO. 

Don Gibson SR. 

John Gibson SR. 

Cory Gilbert SR. 

Emily Gilbert FR. 

Erin Giles SR. 

Kellie Giorgio SR. 

Jonathan Giurintano SO. 

Michael Glesson JR. 

Mary Kathryn Goodwin FR. 

Sara Goodwill 30 




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John Gorham SO. 

Brandon Goza SO. 

Miriam Gray FR. 

Maria Greene FR. 
Brad Greenhaw SR, 

Lindsey Greer SR. 

Collie Griffith FR 
Tiffany Grimes SO 
Mimi Gnssom SO. 

Hannah Gross FR. 

Kliyati Gupta SR. 

Vimala Gutti SR. 

Mohamed Hajj FR. 

Christina Hale JR. 

Amber Hales JR. 

Sophia Halkias Ff?. 

Brian Hall SO. 

Taylor Hallmark FR. 

Hillary Hamblen SO 

Katie Hamm FR. 

Grace Hammond SR. 

Tiffany Hammond SR 

Sarah Hanauer JR 

Josh Hanna JR. 

Andrew Harris JR. 

David Harris FR 

Marcus Harris FR 

Trevor Harris FR. 

Houston Hartzog FR. 

Danielle Harvey SO. 

Rachel Havird FR. 

Brad Hayes FR. 

Brandon HaynesJR. 

Tralane Haynes JR. 

Scott Hays JR. 

Nikki Hebert SR. 

Will Hehemann FR. 

Courtney Helfrich FR. 

April Hendricks FR. 

Tait Hendrix FR 

Emily Henke SO. 

Kimberiy Henry JR. 

William Henry FR. 

Camille Herman JR. 

William Hester SR. 

Ashley Hewitt SO 

David Higgms FR 

Liz Higgins JR 

Emily Hildebrand S- 

Anna Kathiyn Hill ht 

Mary HoangJR. 

Riley Hoekenschnieder SR. 

John Holleman FR. 

Mirjam Holleman FR. 

Daniel Holley SO. 

Kiystle Holliday SO. 

Major Hollis SR. 

Sumner Holmes JR. 

Graham Hopkins FR. 

AlyceHowe «i' 

Alisha Hudnell .if; 

Katherine Hughes i^ 

Trace Hunt JR 




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Students 



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Eric Hutchinson FR. 

Oghale Ighoavodha SO. 

Kate Jacobson SR. 

Ross James FR. 

Jason Jafin SR. 

Ashley Jefcoat FR. 

Rachael Joe SO. 

E.J. Johnson SR. 

Elizabeth Johnson SO. 

Michael Johnson FR. 

Theon Johnson SR. 

Vanessa Johnson FR. 

Bobbi Jones FR. 

Collin Jones FR. 

Josh Jones FR. 

Nicole Jones SO. 

Juan Joseph FR. 

Megan Jumago FR. 

Kristen Keating SR. 

Lisa Keating FR. 

John Kellogg SO. 

Colleen Kelly JR. 

Gabby Kelly JR. 

Margaret Kemp SR. 

Rachel Keng FR. 

Keisha Keyes JR. 

Amber King FR, 

Lindsey Kirkland SO. 

Thomas Kirkpatrick SR. 

Sarah Kocher SO. 

Christie Kokel FR. 

Kylie Kurt2 SR. 

Tiffany Ladnier FR. 

William LameySR. 

Andy Lampton SO. 

Darrington Lancaster FR. 

Alan Landrum FR. 

Franklin Landry SO. 

Lynnea Lang FR. 

Kennedy Langston FR. 

Cynthia LarkinsSR. 

Florencia Lasala SR. 

Becky Lasoski JR. 

Viveca Latham SR. 

Ross Leblanc SO. 

Mignon Lebreton SR. 

Katie Lewallen FR. 

Lauren Lightfoot FR. 

David Lind FR. 

Lauren Lippincotl SR. 

T.J. Loehn SO. 

Lacey Logan FR. 

Helen Loring SR, 

Peter Luckett SO. 

Matthew Ludlum JR. 

Trevor Lundy FR. 

Ace Madjiesi SO. 

Cody Mahaffey SO, 

Megan Maher FR 

Meagan Malone FR, 

Tom Manlev FR 

Emily Maple; 

Marcus Marinplln ^r 




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Students 



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Anna Marsh SR. 

Amy Martin FR. 

Caroline Massey FR. 

Kristen Massey FR. 

William Massey SR. 

Sarah Matheny FR. 

Ally Mattalmo SO. 

Krissy Matte JR. 

Stephanie Maxwell FR. 

Danielle Mayer JR. 

Amanda Mayo JR. 

Joseph McCarthy FR. 

Brent McCarty SR. 

Morris McCaskill FR. 

Drew McDowell SO. 

Elizabeth McGinnis FR. 

Kim McGowan JR. 

Marlena Beth McKay SR. 

Garrett McKellar FR. 

Enn McKewen SO. 

Michael McKinney JR. 

Hannah McKnight JR. 

Kelsey McKnight SR. 

Eily McMillan JR. 

John Russell McPherson SO. 

James McVaugh JR. 

D.J. Mello FR. 

Christine Melsheimer FR. 

Leslie Merritt JR. 

Katie Beth Miksa SR. 

Eric Miller SO. 

Jessica Milner FR. 

James Mims FR. 

Liz Mitchell JR. 

Rachel Mixson JR. 

Susan Mixson JR. 

Brad Mizerany SR 

Felicia Mo SO 

Andy Moffin FR 

Stephen Motfitt FR 

Mike Moore FR. 

Mary Morgan JR. 

Lyndsey Mott SO 

Lavon Moulder JR. 

Yale Murphy SR, 

Man Mutchler FR. 

Keith Naccari FR. 

Nick Namias FR. 

Jeff Newborn SR. 

Randy Nichols FR. 

Bradley Nicholson FR. 

Brent Nida FR. 

Winfrey Norton FR. 

Chantae Dates FR. 

Matthew Oglesbee FR. 

Tyler O'Hara JR. 

Andrew Olinger FR. 

J.D. Olivares FR. 

Ashley Oliver SO. 

Jon Mark Olivier JR. 

Nyaboke Omwega SO. 

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People 





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Work and be a good 
democrat 



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To attend Graduate 
School for Nursing 



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Break into the film 
industry in any way 
possible 



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Getting my masters at 
Millsaps and hitting on all 
the freshmen girls 





Students 



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Kayla Ouellette JR. 

Anjali Pahwa SR, 

Nathan Paige FR, 

Bryant Palmerton FR. 

David Papale SR. 

Ani Pareek SO. 

Evan Paretti SR. 

Athena Parker JR. 

Robert Parker FR. 

Robert Parrolt SO. 

Christine Parsons SR. 

Phil Pass FR. 

LeAnn Peppers FR. 

Burt Pereira FR. 

Jenny Phalen JR. 

Lindsey Pharr SR. 

Casey Phillips FR. 

Marcy Pilate SO. 

Beth Piraino FR. 

Virginia Pope FR. 

Dominique Powell FR. 

Elizabeth Powell SR. 

Zack Prather JR. 

Charlotte Prejean FR, 

Mary Pritchard JR. 

Joey Quillin FR. 

Robert Quimby SO. 

Jessica Qumn FR. 

Kacey Qumn FR. 

Robert Qumn FR. 

Jack Rader FR. 

Roxie Randle FR. 

Kelly Rasmus JR. 

Monica Reible JR. 

Christopher Reuther FR. 

Alicia Reynolds FR. 

Amber Rhodes FR. 

Daniel Rice SO. 

James Rice FR. 

Kayla Richard FR. 

Steven Richardson SR. 

Thomas Richardson SO. 

Trey Rick SR. 

Pete Ridley FR. 

Debbie Rigney SO. 

Tom Rinaldi SR. 

Asela Roberts SO. 

Emily Robertson JR. 

Nosha Robinson FR. 

Sarice Robinson SR. 

Lauren Roddie SO. 

Laura Rodriguez FR. 

Chris Rolen FR. 

Abigail Rollins JR. 

Jacques Roman SR. 

Claire Rose JR. 

Callie Roth FR. 

Vladimir RoullaM.B.A. 

Tyson Roy JR. 

Roiiert Rutherford SR. 

Ross Rutledge SR. 

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Students 



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Marcel Sam FR. 

Elizabeth Salathe FR. 

Nancy Salloum JR. 

Jessica Samson SO. 

Erin Sanford FR. 

Jessica Sanford JR. 

Bethany Santucci SR, 

Katie Sargent FR. 

Steven Sarpy FR. 

Michael Sawyer SR, 

Madhav Saxena FR. 

Alex Scharr FR. 

Travis Scharr SR. 

Ashley Schettler SR. 

JohnSchettlerJR. 

Ryan Schexnayder FR. 

Catherine Schmidt FR. 

Sarah Schmidt FR. 

Todd Schneck FR. 

Cameron Scipper FR. 

Isreal Scott JR. 

Ivy Settlemires SO. 

Adrianne Sexton FR. 

Bryan Sexton JR. 

Tim Shoptaugh FR. 

Kelly Shows JR. 

Rachel Shows FR. 

Danny Siefker SO. 

Kiger Sigh SR. 

Aggie Sikora JR. 

Stuait Simon JR. 

Amanda Simpson SR. 

Michael Sims FR, 

Josh Sledge SO. 

Amanda Smith SR. 

Amber Smith SR. 

Garrett Smith FR. 

Holly Smith SO. 

Liz Smith FR, 

Melanie Smith SO. 

Neha Solanki FR. 

Chad Songy FR. 

Emily Soniat FR. 

Elizabeth Sooby FR. 

Mary Rogers Sorey FR. 

Curtis Sorrells FR. 

Chris Spear JR. 

Louis Spears SR. 

Brenna Spell SO. 

Jonathan Spencer SR. 

Christopher Stahl SO. 

Charles Stall JR. 

Erin Stanford SR. 

Joseph Steadman FR. 

Jeff Steinbaugh FR. 

David Stemwinder JR. 

Rob Stephens SO. 

Amanda Stevens SO. 

Christina Stewart JR. 

Emily Stewart FR. 

Jessica Stewart SR. 

Julia Stewart JR. 

Mark Stewart SO. 



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Marcus Stokes FR. 

Ian Stone FR. 

Megan Storm SO. 

Leah Strickland SO. 

Ali Sturgis JR. 

Debbie Sturgis JR. 



Miles Sugar JR. 

Terrel Sugar SO 

Eric Sumrall SO 
Lekha Sunkara FR 

MarkSurberJR 
Jessica Sutton SR. 



Paul Tackett JR. f 

Nathan Talley JR. 

Cari Taylor JR. 

Shannon Tedrow SR. 

Andrew Thomas SR 

Benjamin Tillman SR 



Kristi Tooker FR 

Austin Tooley FR 

Ben Townes FR 

Mark Trahan JR 

Briana TravelbeeJR 

Danielle TrocquetJR 



Morgan Troutt SO. 

Kevan Beth Tucker FR. 

Katie Tumminello SO. 

Russell Turiey JR. 

Katelyn Ullmer FR. 

Karen tJphaus SO. 




Petra Vackova SO. 

Laura Valentine SO 

Ivana Ventic SO 

Bryan Villa SO 

Allisa Vincent FR 

Courtney Vowell JR. 



Patrick Waites JR. 

Amanda Waldrop SR. 

Andres Wallace FR. 

Whitney Warrington SO. 

Clayton Waterman JR. 

Henry Waters JR. 



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1 Charlotte Watkins so. 
Ashley Weber SR. 
Barkley Wedemeyer SO. 
Evan Weems SO. 
Taylor Weglicki FR. 
Joseph Wehby SR. 



Anna Wells SO. 
Frannie Wesberry JR. 
Brittney West FR. 
Cheisi West SO. 
1^ Megan Wharton FR. 
Jacob B. White SO. 



Jacob C. White SO. 
Chase Whitehead SR. 
Jack Whitley FR. 
Adam Wicks FR. 
Christian Widdows FR. 
Ashley Wilbourn JR. 



Frederick Wiley FR. 
Jordan Willett SO. 
Cory Williamson SO. 
Andrew Willrich SR. 
Heather Wilson SR. 
Mary Wilson FR. 



Bradley WintonFR. 
Thomas Womack SO. 
Carl Woods JR. 
Harnson Wool SO. 
Erin Wright JR. 
Kaycee Wright SO. 



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Classes, Studying, Projects, Philanthropies, 
Recitals, Singers, Theater, Diwali, 

Multicultural Festival, Earth Day, Advent 
Service, Honoraries, Comps, Registration, Labs, 

Study Groups, Presentations, Hall of Fame, 
Who's Who, Clubs, Religious Organizations ... 

Taking advantage of all 
the opportunities!! 




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MLK DAY SERVICE 

was held on Jan. 16 at 
6:30 pm. 

2ND ANNUAL DIWALI 
CELEBRATION 

was held on 11/16 with 
the dinner at 6pni and the 
show at 7pm. 

13TH ANNUAL MULTI- 
CULTURAL FESTIVAL 

was held on 02/06 at Ham. 



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Activities 



GLOBAL 




BLACK STUDENT ASSOCIATION 

Both the Black & White Social and the Mardi Gras Party were fundraisers for 
Habitat for Humanity's New Neighbor housing project for displaced Katrina 
victims. 

JEWISH CULTURAL ORGANIZATION 

They hosted the first annual Passover Seder. 

MODEL UNITED NATIONS 

They sent delegations as near as Jackson State and as far away as New York City 
to participate in Model United Nations activities. Attendance to the first annual 
Millsaps Model United Nations meeting was required if the member had any 
desire to see Professor Iren Omo-Bare in his finest Kangol beret. 








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Petra Vackova 



Luv Agrawal, Neha Solanki 




Mike Moore, Roscoe Forch, Nick Madison 



aroline Massey, Kennedy Langston, Neha Solanki, Michelle Buchanan 



Amber Smith 



Global Awareness 



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Habitat For Humanity: Beth Ann Baker, Hillary 
Hamblen 



Advent Service: Darrington Lancaster 




Blood Drive: losli IJowncr 



FCA: Leslie Frese, Will Benton, Valena Scott 



MCF: Drtw Haniuin 



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Aciiritics 



A LIFE OF 




CAMPUS MINISTRY TEAM COUNCIL 

♦ Helped with Project Midtown, Summer Challenge, Campus Chapel 
Series, and Gleaners 

♦ Went to San Francisco, New York, and Mississippi Delta on service 
learning trips 

CATHOLIC STUDENT ASSOCIATION 

♦ Met twice a month for Pepperoni and Prayer 

♦ Hosted a Fat Tuesday party and crawfish boils in the spring 

MILLSAPS CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 

♦ Held a Katrina Relief in Ocean Springs, MS 

♦ Gathered for Annual Christmas party and sand battle 

SIGMA LAMBDA 

♦ Sponsored a Christmas party at Midtown Daycare, a human rights 
forum, and a book drive for JPS Adult Learning Center 




FCA: Zach Moore 





MCF: Asela Roberts 



FCA: Kurt Cooper 




ject Midtown: Demaris Cassibry, Camille Herman 



Santa Shoestring: Amanda Mothe 



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Elizabeth Botelcr, Kristen Keating, Cody Stockstill 




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PLAYERS 
PRODUCTIONS 

• Metamorphoses 

• The Cover of 
LIFE 

• The Golem 




Trace Lee Hunt 



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Activities 




Jacques Hayiies 




Candice Fisher 




Stuart Simon 



THE MILLSAPS PLAYERS ACTING AWARDS 

Cameo Award 

Roxie Randle in Metamorphoses 
Best Supporting Actress 

Lauren Bardwell in Metamorphoses 
Best Supporting Actor 
David Lind in Metamorphoses 
Best Leading Actress 

Alex Boswortt^ in Metamorphoses 
Best Leading Actor 

Fred Willis in Metamorphoses 

THE MILLSAPS PLAYERS NON-ACTING AWARDS 

Freshman Award 

Larry Denman 

Backstage Award 

Alice Allen 

Mains Award for Design 

Cody Stocl<still 

IVIitchell Award (Player of the Year) 

John Forrest Douglas 

Alpha Psi Omega (Graduating Senior) 

Lauren Bardwell 

Best Show of 2005-2006 

Metamorphoses directed by Sam Sparks 




Kennedy Langston 



Ace Madjlesi 



Performing Arts *j*j 




Danielle Cook, Michelle Palmer 



Chad Songy. Brian Hall 




Brandon Goza 



Megan Flowers 



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Excellence in Art History: Vimala Gutti 

Rowell Memorial Art Award: Bridget O'Brien 

Senior Art Exhibition: Emily Hildebrand 

Excellence in Introductory Hebrew: Cory 

Gilbert 

Excellence in Classics: Joseph Madison 

Senior Classics Award: Matthew Vieron 

Hardin Award in English: Bethany Santucci 

Padgett Award In English: Blake Strack 

Clark Essay Medal: Bethany Santucci 

Excellence in English & Education: Bethany 

Santucci, Lauren Bardwell 

Moore History Award: Robert Rutherford 

Philosophical Writing Award: Jane Tarver 

Bishop's Medal: Brad Corban, Theon Johnson 

Excellence in Religious Studies: Khyati Gupta 

Religious Studies Paper Award: Belinda Rives 

Bellamann Award In Studio Art: Emily 

Hildebrand 

Biology Dept. Award for Service: Jesse Tucker 

Biology Research Award: Michael Yablick 

Chemistry Senior Research Award: J. P. 

McVaugh 

Outstanding Computer Science Senior Project: 

Adam Huffman, Jonathan Spencer 

Outstanding Computer Science Student: 

Jonathan Spencer 

Excellence in Elementary Student Teaching: 

Leah Seddelmeyer, Heather Wilson 

Excellence in Secondary Student Teaching: 

Lauren Bardwell, Kate Jacobson, Ramsey Wise 

Outstanding Scholarship in Education: Kelsey 

McKnight 



Education Dept. Long Distance Award: Shay 

Steckler 

Priddy Memorial Award in Geology: Mia Cowgil 

Knox Senior Math Award: Katie Beth Miksa 

Kennedy Award in Political Science: Megan 

Holcomb 

Bingham Award in Political Science: Amanda 

Simpson, Kate Jacobson 

Excellence in Psychology: Lindsey Greer, 

Sarice Robinson 

Outstanding Research in Psychology: Kristen 

Keating 

Allport Award for the Application of 

Psychology: Kellie Giorgio, Viveca Latham 

Jones Award in Anthropology: Georgia 

Beilmann 

Outstanding Senior Anthroplogy Award: Clay 

Kirkpatrick 

Baltz Award in Economics: Jason Eastlack 

Wall Street Journal Award: Sarah Cowan 

Else Scholars: Jason Eastlack, Amberely 

Etheridge, Vimala Gutti, William Hill, Megan 

Holcomb, Florencia Lasala, Anjali Pahwa, 

Jessica Stewart 

L.O.V.E. Award: Andrea Dewey, Matt Vieron 

SBA Leader of the Year: Lauren Lippincott 

SBA Leadership Award: Philip Cortese 

SBA Senator of the Year Award: Brad Yakots 

L.E.A.D. Organization of the Year : CALLS. 

L.E.A.D. Organization Advisor of the Year : 

Lisa Garvin 

L.E.A.D. Faculty-Leadership Award: Dr. 

Suzanne Woodward 




leann Peppers, JR Braun 



Asela Roberts 



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MOST DISTINGUISHED 

Katie Beth Miksa 

and 
Theon Johnson 



Laney Award 



Founders Medal 




Jason Jarin 




Megan Holcomb 



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Acrivities 



Hall of Fame 




Kate Jacobson 




Theon Johnson 



Fortenberry Award 




Katie Beth Miksa 




Jason Jarin 




Katie Beth Miksa 



Professor of the Year 



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Dr. James B. Harris 



Top Honors 



103 




Amber Davids 



Hometown: Lisle, IL 
Major: Political Science 



Paul Dearing 



Andrea Dewey 





Hometown: Paducah, KY 

Major: Religious Studies 

Minor: Faith and Work/Lilly Fellow 




Hometown: Mande\ille. LA Major: 
English cS: Psychology Minor: Business 
Administration Best Memory: Editing 
TJie Purple and Wliiie every Tuesday 
night. 




Lindsey Greer 



Khyati Gupta 



Vimala Gutti 



Hometown: Kenner, LA Major: 

Psychology Minor: Business & Spanish 

Best Memory: Being in the Foundations 

skit during Welcome Weekend and 

goofing off with the other leaders. 





Hometown: Winona, MS Major: Eco 

nomics & Art Histor\' Minor: Business 
Administration Best Memory: Tra\-eling 
to Europe for the summer on an Interna- 
tional Business study abroad program. 



Hometown: Meerut, India 

Major: Religious Studies 

Minor: Chemistr\' 




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Activities 



Lauren Bardwell 




Hometown: Columbus, MS 

Major: English Minor: French & 

Secondary Education 



Amanda Epperson 



E. Franklin Childress III 



Hometown: Memphis, TN Major: 

Accounting Minor: Political Science 

Advice: Do anything you've ever wanted 

to do while here. Even if it gets you in 

trouble, it is worth it. 



Gina Colon 




Kellie Giorgio 




Hometown: Birmingham, AL Major: 
Biology Minor: Business & Education 
Will Miss the Most: The comfortable 
etting that is offered by Millsaps' 
;ampus, professors, and students. 



Hometown: New Orleans, LA Major: 
Psychology Minor: History & Education 
Best Memory: Bringing seventeen 
people home for Mardi Gras my 
freshman year. What was I thinking? 




Andrew Harmon 




1 J. 

Jometown: Baton Rouge, LA 
klajor: Classical Studies Minor: 
leligious Studies & Anthropology 



Kate Jacobson 



Hometown: Tupelo, MS Major: Political 
Science Minor: Education Best Memory: 

Dr. Hopkins' Heritage lecture where he 

just kept going and said, "You guys don't 

need to write; just listen. If you hear me 

yell, I fell off 
the stage." 




Hometown: Shreveport, LA Major: 
English Minor: History Best Memory: 

I got to walk across the football field with 
my dad as a senior maid on the court and 
was crowned Homecoming Queen. 



Brad Greenhaw 




Hometown: BooneviUe, MS 

Major: Biology Minor: Chemistry 

Will Miss the Most: I will miss the 

people the most. 



Jason Jarin 





Hometown: Manila, Philippines 

Major: Biology Minor: Studio Art 

Will Miss the Most: Dorm life. 

Nothing beats the meal plan, dry 

erase boards and innocent shacking. 



Who's Who 



105 




Hometown: Sharon, MS Major: Philosophy it 
Rehgious Studies Minor: Education; Faith and 
Work Best Memory: A flashback to Convoca- 
tion as a freshman when I began to deliver the 
welcome at Convocation for the Class of 2009. 




Emily Maples 



James P. McVaugh, JR. 



Hometown: Meridian, MS 
Major: Spanish Minor: Education 





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Kiger Sigh 



Hometown: Long Beach, MS 
Major: Chemistry ACS Minor: Physics 



Amber Smith 



Hometown: Vicksbnrg, MS Major: 

Psychology Minor: Political Science 
Advice: Always stand up for what you 
know is right, even when others are 
telling you that you're wrong. 





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Activities 



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Hometown: Jackson, MS Major: 

Accounting Minor: Faith and Work/Lilly 

Fellow Advice: With God, all things are 

possible! Believe in yourself and NEVER 

give up. What God has for you is for you! 




Katie Beth Milcsa 



Hometown: Monroe, LA Major: Math & Global 

Language Studies Minor: Political Science Best 

Memory: "During finals as a sophomore, it was 

pouring down rain. My friend and I needed a 

break from studying. We collected as many people 

from the 

library as 

we could 

and played 

frisbee in 

the bowl 

until we 

were so 

drenched 

that we 

could 

barelv run. 




Tyler Warren 



Hometown: San Antonio, TX Major 

Business Administratior 

Advice: The easiest way to make gooc 

grades is to go to class! 



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Jewel Johnson 




Clay KIrkpatrIck 



Hometown: Lake Charles, LA Major: 

Accounting Minor: Economics 

Best Memory: Grilling deer and 

drinking beer on the back porch of the 

fraternity house. 



Lauren Lippincott 



Hometown: Houston, MS 
Major: English Minor: Education 



Steven Richardson 





Alexis Russo 



Hometown: Tupelo, MS Major: 

Accounting Best Advice: Don't worry 
about the little things. They aren't what 
you look back and remember. Enjoy your 
years in college! 



Bethany Santucci 




Hometown: New Orleans, LA 

Major: Elementary Education 



iometow^n: Coahoma, MS Major: 

^Inglish & Theater Arts Best Memory: 

'laying the role of Jefferson in A Lesson 
before Dijinij and seeing the tremendous 
mpact (tears) I made upon the audience. 





Ashley Weber 




Garner Wetzel 



Hometown: Gulfport, MS 

Major: Business Administration 

Will Miss the Most: I will miss winning 

baseball games. Coach Page, 

and all of my teammates. 



Hometown: Leland, MS Major: 

English Minor: Secondary Education 

Best Memory: The freshman year 

prank wars. 



Heather Wilson 



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lometown: New Orleans, LA Major: Psychology 
Will Miss the Most: I am going to miss smiles 
the most. I know that sounds cheesy, but I am 
*oing to miss walking through campus and seeing 
veryone smile and wave hello on the way to class. 



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Hometown: Birmingham, AL Major: 
Elementary Education Advice: Be as 

involved as possible because before you 

know it, your college days will be 

coming to an end. 



Who's Who 



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Ilrdnli Michael 'luhlick. l-lorencia La^ala. Sana Bhalti. V\'ardah AU. Travis Tutor; 
(back) Brad Grcenhaw, Gunter Cain. Jason Eastlack. Kirk Jackson. Om Amin. Aprilc 
McGilvray. 



ART CLUB 




(front) Emily Bruser. Michelle Aculf. River AculT. Lacey Cook, Courtney Costello; 
(back) Petra Vackova. Jason Jarin. Alisha Hudncll. Michelle Allen. Christine 
Melsheimcr. Katie Hamm. Sandra Murchison. 




( front ) Julia Stewart. Brad Corban. John Forrest Douglas. Raymond Clothier. Jonathan 
Webb. I.indsey Greer; (back) Kelly Rasmus. Ashley McPhail, Jessica Hoffpauir. 
Andrea Dewey. Terrel Sugar, .Ashley Hewitt, Ale.\ Allam. Mirjam Holleman, Lisa 
Keating. 




(front) Alex Bosworth. Ashley Davis. Jacqueline Coale; (middle) .Andrea Dewey. 
Secretary Cat Edwards. Danielle Cook. Christina Brot/man: (back) Vice- President 
John Forrest Douglas. President Lauren Bardwell. Brad Corban. Advisor Brent 
Lela\or 

FUNDRAISERS: Gorilla Grams. PARTIES: Millsaps Theater Banquet. 



BETA ALPHA PSI 




(front) Kelly Rasmus, Valena Scott. Cynthia Larkins, Meghan Connor. Magdalena 
Hertelendy; (back) Curt Griffin, Jessica Sutton, Jim Wadlington, Clay Kirkpatnck. 



CAMPUS MINISTRY TEAM 




(front) Jessica Holtp.uui. Kelly Rasmus. Julia Stewart. .Ashk\ Mil'h.iil. Jewel Johnson, 
Eli/rabeth Da\is; (middle) Stephanie Maxwell, Kristen Keating, Catherine Clark, 
Viveca Latham, Cheisi West. Holly Dickens, Lisa Garvin; (back) Lauren Roddie, 
Katelin Koon, .Andrea Dewey. Lindsey Greer. Bjorn Carlsson. .Ashley Hewitt. .Ashle\ 
Schettler. Jason Jarin. .Alex .Allain, Winfrey Norton. 

TRIPS & ACTIVITIES: San Francisco, New York, Mississippi Delta. PHILANTROPIES & 

PROJECTS: Project MiiJtown, Summer Challenge. Campus Chapel Series. Gleaners. 



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Aciivities 



ANTHROPOLOGY CLUB 




resident Cheisi West, President Maggie Morgan. Advisor Julian Murchison. 




ont) Amanda Epperson, Florencia Lasala, Sana Bhatti. Wardah Ali. Jessica Samson, 
Jvisor Debora Mann; (back) Brad Greenhaw. Tom Rinaldi. Michael Yablick, Jason 
istlack. Kirk Jackson, Om Amin, Gunter Cain. 




ont) Emily Maples, Elise Smyth-Gilbert, Amanda Simpson; (2nd) Darby Ray, Menton 
;Ginnis, Becca Hedges, Mary Rogers Sorey. Valena Scott, Julia Fell, Oaida Holland; (.Vd) 
isica Hoffpauir. Stephanie Maxwell, Julia Stewart, Ashley McPhail, Ryan Zagone, Caroline 
issey; (back) Will Benton, Chad Bowen, Andrew McLarty. Chuck Culpepper. David Chandler. 



APICS 




(front) Major Norman. Will Hippler, Bnana Travclbcc. Julia Stewart, Ashley McPhail, 
Cari Taylor, Dr. Ajay Aggarwal; (back) Debbie Sturgis, Ali Sturgis, Scott Hays, 
Russell Turlcy, Joe Blades, Zack Prather, Dean Ken Harmon. 




(front) Kenosha Robinson, HIi/abcth Davis, Cheisi West, Kim McGowan. Tiffany 
Hammond, Harvey Hunt; (back) Oghale Ighoavodha. Sharra Jones, Liz Ofem, Nicole 
Jones, Christina Stewart, Viveca Latham, Jewel Johnson, Ray Kline. 



CIRCLE K 




(front) Sana Bhatti, Wardah Ali, Jessica Samson; (back) Jack Boettcher, Katie Cannon, Megan 
Storm, Tiffanv Striblina. Michael Yablick. 



Groups JLUy 



COLLEGE REPUBUCANS 




diontl VicL'-Clniirnian Brad \ak(its, .Secretary Ashlc\ Heuill. Oftieer cif Public 
Relations Hiilly Dickens. Treasurer Beth .^n^ Baker. Chairman Roh Stephens; (back! 
Lindsey Greer. Kay la Richard. Charlotte Prejean. Philip Cortese. Ben Robichaux. Brian 
Hall. Winlrey Norton. Gwen Orr. Menton McCiiniiis. 

GUEST SPEAKER: Dr. Whit Waide. PHILANTHROPIES: Cough Syrup and Blankets for the 
Victims of Hurncane Katrina. 



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(lionii Secretary .Antoinette .-Xlexander. Parliamentarian Penny Bailey. Elizabeth [3aMs. 
Director ot Membership Anansa Bailey; (back) Historian Casey Younger. Vice- 
Chairman Elizabeth Oleni, Chairman Oghale Ighoavodha, Chaplain Kenosha Robinson, 
Treasurer Louis Conley. 

TRIPS: FBLSA National Conference (Dallas. TX) PROJECT: Proofread The African American 
Law School Survival Guide by Ms. Evangeline Mitchell. 



LACROSSE CLUB 





(front) L.indsey Greer. Crystal Bender. Kelsey .McKnighl. Brad Greenhau. Cameron 
Scipper; (back) Sherwood Colette, Jay Hollenbeck. Hunter Abrams. Leslie Frese. John 
Russell McPherson, Zack Moore, Coach Tim Wise. 




(front) Secretary Jennifer Drew. Amanda Simpson. Treasurer Amanda Epperson, Cai 
Edwards; (back) David Butler, Vice-President Cory Williamson, President Michael 
Yablick. John Yargo. 

PURPOSE: To assist in providing affordable housing. 



(front) Jacqi;i-liiio Herber. Jessica Samson; (back) Autumn Calhoun, Katie Carmon, 
Betsv Paulk, Rnn bllioll. 




ilionli Jessica Curry, .Maggie Baumgartncr. Lindsey Greer. Rachel Fontenot. Jessica Samson; 
(hack) Ben Robichaux. Kristen Keating. Amberely Etheridge. Brad Greenhaw, Curt Griffin. Ids 
Jarin. Tre) Hester. Theon Johnson. 



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Activities 




[front) Scott Hays, President Riley Hoekenschnieder, Holley V/eeka. Treasurer Paul 
Pettitt; (back) Robin Perry. Tim Reid, Drew Cleland, Advisor Dr. Walter Neely. Martin 
Palomo. Vice-President Justin LeBlanc. 

ACTIVITIES: Meet at La Casuela for the end of the year. TRIPS: Annual Memphis Trip. 
SPEAKERS: Tim Medley, Jivka Ivanova. 




front) Vice Chair Maggie Baumgartner. Rachel Fontenot. Megan Holcomb, Ashley 
iewitt; (back) Chair Chris Spear, Dr. James Bowley, Dr. Mark Hamon, Dr. Bill 
3rister, Joey Quillin. 



LOUIS WILSON FUND MANAGERS 




front) Zack Prather, Riley Hoekenschnieder, Holley Weeks, Nicky Prather, Justin LeBlanc; 

back) Robin Perry, Tim Reid, Drew Cleland, Advisor Dr. Walter Neely, Martin Palomo, Joe 

ilades. 

RIPS: Memphis Field Trip. MEETINGS: Post-Board Meeting. SPEAKERS: Julius Ridgway, 

ohn Bailey, Ashby Foote. 




(front) Tim Reid, Robin Perry, Holley Weeks; (back) Drew Cleland, Steven Langley, 
Martin Palomo, Justin LeBlanc, Advisor Dr. Walter Neely. 



JUDICIAL COUNCIL 




(front) Ashley Schettler, Chair Katie Beth Miksa; (back) Becky Lasoski, Dr. Steve 
Smith, Vice Chair Franklin Childress, Jonathan Giurintano, Jenny Blount; (not 
pictured) Rushton Johnson, Dr. Priscilla Fermon, Secretary Jacques Haynes, Brent 
Blackburn. 




(front) Keyuan Zhang, Advisor Dr. Connie Campbell, Secretary Katie Beth Miksa, Delilah 

Whittington; (back) Ms. Tracy Sullivan, President Bjom Carlsson, Paul Bible, Paul Dearing, Kirk 

Jackson. 

TRIPS & ACTIVITIES: Attend yearly Mathematical Association of America (MAA) 

Convention. 



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(from) Karling Benncll. Julia Kcll; (middlel A^cla Robcrls, Natalie Walder, Leslie 
Frese. Mirjam Holleman, Elizahelh Harper; (haek) Brian Sorgent'rei, Andrew Olingcr. 
Zack Moore. Chad Bouen. Rob Stephens. Will Benton. Viee-president Bahen Privett. 
President Drew Harmon. Chris Hubbard. David Butler. Kurt Cooper. 

PARTIES: Annual Christmas Party, Sand Battle. PHIUNTHROPIES: Katnna Relief in 
Ocean Springs. SPEAKERS: Brian Sorgenfrei. Kurt Cooper. 




(front) Katelynn Cowan. Charlotte Prejean. Megan Felker. Katie Lewallen. Emily 
Stewart. Neha Solanki; (middlel Menton McGmnis. Roxie Randle. Elizabeth Sooby. 
Eileen MeMillan. Christie Kokel. Gwen Orr. .Ann Blumer. Sarah Matheny. Chantae 
Oates. Rachael Joe. Darrington Lancaster; (back) Anna Allred. Hugh Hart/og. Philip 
Cortesc. David Butler. Winfrey Norton. Matthew Oglesbee. Mary Rogers Sorey. Joseph 
Wehby. 




(front) Julianna Bryukova. LeAnn Peppers. Neha Solanki. Ka\ la Richard. Katie 
Collins. Lekha Sunkara, Erin Sanford. Kristen Massey; (back) Matthew Black. Brittany 
Hickman. Kusscll Boyd. John Russell McPherson. Luke Darby. Anna .Allred. Philip 
Corte.se. /Cach Moore. 



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(front) MacDougall Woniack. dwen Orr. Nick /old; (back) Ughale Ighoavodha, Josh 
Sledge. President Trey Rick, Steven Saipy. Deng Mabil. 



PHI ALPHA DELTA 




(front) Vice-President Trey Woods. Danny Siefker. Derek Beaushaw. Cody Mahaffey. 
Casey Younger. President Oghale Ighoavodha. Treasurer Todd Neyman. Milan 
Winnard. Josh Sledge; (back) Secretary Matt Mutchler. Gwen Orr. Aggie Sikora. Sarah 
Hanauer. Anansa Bailey, Elizabeth Ofem, Elizabeth Davis, Julia Fell. Ethan Zubic. 

PURPOSE: Advise students about law school. PHIUNTHROPIES: Bethlehem Center. 



PHI MU EPSILON 




(fronti Keyuan Zhang. Delilah Whittington, Dr. Connie Campbell. Katie Beth Miks, 
(back) Ms. Tracy Sullivan. Paul Dearing. Bjom Carlsson. Kirk Jackson. 



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NOW CAN 




front) Vice-president Asela Roberts, Ashley Jet'coat, Alice Allen; (back) Keyuan 
'hang. President Cat Edwards, Ace Madjlesi. 

'URPOSE: io bring about equality for women. 



PHI BETA KAPPA 




ront) Khyati Gupta. Gina Colon. Vimala Gutti, Lindsey Greer: ( middle 1 Brad 
reenhaw, Belinda Rives. Corey Gilbert. Dana Van Deman. Megan Holcomb. Michael 
ablick, Andrew Adams; (back) Jason Jarin, Emily Maples, Katie Beth Miksa, Lauren 
ardwell. Brad Corban, Ben Tillman. 



PRESIDENTIAL AMBASSADORS 




ont) Kelly Rasmus, Chelsi West, Ashley Hewitt, Miles Sugar, Alyce Howe; (middle) Julia 
:wart, Whitney Warrington, Penny Bailey. Rachel Fontenot, Maggie Morgan; (back) Jacqueline 
lale, John Brooks, Scott Hays, Ryan Zagone, Jordan Willett; (not pictured) Laura Rabalais, 
Isey McKnight, Kiger Sigh, Amber Smith, Keelie Broome. 




(front) Erin Sanford, Alyce Howe, Anna Allied. Rikki Darcey. Elizabeth Albert; (back) 
Advisor Eric Griffin. Andrew Harris. Jacob B. White. President Will Benton, Cory 
Williamson, David Butler. 



PHI DELTA PHI 




(front) Dr. Priscilla Fermon. Dr. Claiidine Chadeyras. Beth .Ann Baker, Shay Sleekier 
(back) Lauren Bardwell. Brandon Haynes. Alyce Howe. Ms. Gail Buzhardt. 



PSYCHOLOGY CLUB 




(front) Kim McGettaii. K,iiie B,irlow, Wardah Ali, Mary Hoang. Alisha Hudnell. Dominique 
Powell; (backl Katy Benvenutti, Canssa Antone. George Cummings. Camille Herman. Trace 
Hunt, Laura Arcuri, Lisa Keating. 

PURPOSE: Business honorary. AWARDS: Distinguished Chapter Award. 



Groups X i. t5 




(front) Ben Cain; (row two) Sophia Halkias. Catherine Schmidt, Ashley Wilbourn. Bciky Lasoski; 
(row three) Russell Turley. Jacob C. White, MacDougall Womack, Glen McLeod. Kyle Doherty. 
Paul Dearing. Miriam Gray, Mary Wilson; (back) Brent McCarty, Greg Higginbotham, Philip 
Cortese, Mark Suber. 



STUDENT ATHLETIC ADVISORY COMMITEE 



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(front) Brad Greenhaw, Ashley Weber, Dr. Dick HighfiU, Anna AUred; (back) Luke 
Morrow, John Pacillo, Russell Turley, Colleen Kelly. Leslie Frese, President Kim Fox. 

AWARDS: second and third year athletic awards and Senior recognition banquuet, 
PHIWNTHROPIES: Balls for kids. 




(fronll Lindsey Greer. Kate Jacohsoii. Kane Beth Miksa, Cynthia Larkin. Anjali Pahwa; 
(back) Holly Dickens. Jason Jarin, Kelsey McKnight, Khyati Gupta. Theon Johnson, 
Paul Dearing. 




(front) Alexis Russo, Heather Wilson, Nikki Hebert, Alyce Howe, Jacqueline Coale. 
Tiffany Hammond. Kate Anderson, Ellen Beilmann, Betfiany Santucci, Shay Steckler; 
(middle) Lindsey Kirkland, Jenny Blount, Katie Anderson, Mary Deaton, Ashley 
Hewitt. Sarah Bounds. Nancy Salloum, Kristen Keating, PeU-a Vackova; (back) Jesse 
Tucker, Jay Hollenbeck, John Russell McPherson, Brad Yakots, Michael McKinney , 
Clay Kirkpatrick, Will Benton, Drew Harmon, David Steinwinder; (not pictured) Becca 
Hedges. 



SIGMA LAMBDA 




(front) Katie Anderson, Maggie Baumganner, Secretary Ashley Schettler, Brenna 
Spell, Gina Colon, Chelsi West, Kristen Keating; (middle) Public Relations Jason Jarin, 
Lindsey Greer. Julia Stewart. Kate Jacobson. Holly Dickens. Megan Holcomb. Cynthia 
Larkins. Khyati Gupta. Jessica Hoffpauir. Ashley Hewitt; (back) John Kellogg. Paul 
Dearing. Katie Beth Miksa. Sarah Cowan. Kelsey McKnight. Kelly Rasmus. Theon 
Johnson. Scott Hays, Henry Waters. 




(troiui .lack Uocllchci. I'lcsiiiciil Drew Harmon, Andy Lamptiin, Vice-President Bahcn 
Privett, Brian Sorgenfrei; (back) Brad Greenhaw, Treasurer Will Benton, Chad Bowen. 
Taylor Weglicki, Jonathan Webb, Andy Carlson, Rob Stephens. Kurt Cooper. 



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STUDENT AFFILIATES OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 




(front) Amanda Mayo, Courtney Vowell, Elizabeth Kelly; (back) Woods Cuiry. James 
McVaugh. Aprile McGilvray, Emily Stewart. Josh Hanna. 



SIGMA TAU DELTA 



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(front) Marlena McKay. Blake Strack, Becky Lasoski. Lacey Cook, Secretary Sarah 
Cowan. Treasurer Lauren Bardwell, President Paul Dearing. Vice President Cory 
Gilbert. Ashley Wilboum, Mark Trahan. Bethany Santucci. Lindsey Pharr; (back) 
Advisor Dr. Eric Griffin. 




front) Lisa Keating, Kristen Keating, Jessica Brown, Bobbi Jones, Belinda Rives. Christina Hale; 
back) Lindsey Greer. Kaue Beth Miksa. Jessica Curry. John Forrest Douglas. Jonathan Spencer. 
..isa Garvin, Chad Bowen. 

'URPOSE: Methodist group on campus for students and faculty. TRIPS & ACTIVITIES: 

Btatewide Wesley Retreat. PARTIES: Thanksgiving Potluck and Senior Recognition. 



STUDENT LIFE AWARDS 



L.O.V.E. Award 

Andrea Dewey and Matt Vieron 

SBA Leader of the Year 

Lauren Lippincott 

SBA Leadership Award 

Philip Cortese 

SBA Senator of the Year Award 

Brad Yakots 

L.E.A.D. Organization of the Year 

C.A.L.L.S. 

L.E.A.D. Organization Advisor of the Year 

Lisa Garvin 

L.E.A.D. Faculty Leadership Award 

Dr. Suzanne Woodward 

Student Organization Program of the Year 

SAE Chili Bowl and CMT's Make MMMBop Stop 

Student Organization Leaders of the Year 

Matt Vieron, Catherine Edwards, Liz Mitchell, Lindsey Greer, 
Oghale Ighoavodha, Heather Wilson, and Camille Herman 

Foundations Leaders of the Year 

Chelsi West, Ashley Schettler 
Foundations Team of the Year 

JP McVaugh, Amanda Mayo 

Outstanding Service to the Foundations Program 

Amber Davids, Carly Deweese 

School Spirit Awards 

Tyler O'Hara, Delta Delta Delta 

Intramural Man & Woman of the Year 

Brent Blackburn, Colleen Kelly 

Campus Recreation Outstanding Staff Awards 

Victoria Gibson, Woods Curry, Keisha Keyes, Skye Jones, 

Camille Herman 

Outstanding Service to A.C.E. 

Asela Roberts, Camille Herman 

Order of Omega Award: Fraternity of Excellence 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

Order of Omega Award: Sorority of Excellence 

Chi Omega 

Order of Omega Award: Spirit 

Lambda Chi Alpha, Delta Delta Delta 

Order of Omega Award: Risk Management 

Pi Kappa Alpha, Delta Delta Delta 

Order of Omega Award: Philanthropy 

Chi Omega, Alpha Phi Alpha 

Order of Omega Award: Public Relations 

Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Mu 

Order of Omega Award: Academic Excellence 

Lambda Chi Alpha, Kappa Delta 

Outstanding Presidential Ambassadors 

Kelsey McKnight, Kiger Sigh, John Brooks, and Amber Smith 

Panhellenic Scholarship 

Holly Dickens 

Purple & White Writer of the Year 

Catherine Schmidt 

Excellence in Yearbook Photography 

Jonathan Webb 

Excellence in Yearbook Journalism 

Briana Travelbee 

Yearbook Above & Beyond Award for Extraordinary Service 

Nancy Salloum 



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Student Life Sports 





Pete Ridley 



People Acnvrrms 



Editor: Briana Travelbee 



Sororities, Fraternities, Sisterhood, 

Brotherhood, Chapter, Greek Week, 

Philanthropy, Alumni, Social Events, Dressinj 

Up, Friendships, Spring Parties, Composites, 

Bid Day, Door Decs, Recruitment, Swaps, 

Spirit, Formals, T-shirts, Pins ... . 

Greek Life is more than 
just a friendship ! I 




Sarah Matheny, Elizabeth Bouffanie Mathew Oglesbee, Danny Siefl'cer Morgan Walvoord, Cari Taylor 



Erin Giles, Jacques Haynes 



Greek Divider 



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Alpha Kappa Alpha 




Name: Alpha kappa Alpha Founded: January 15, 1908 
at Howard University Colors: Salmon Pink and Apple 
Green Chapter: Lambda Iota founded in 1977 Flower: 
Pink Tea Rose and English Ivy Philanthropies: Coat 
Drive, Hurricane Katrine Relief, Bake Sale, Ronald 
McDonald House, Habitat for Humanity, Buckle Up 



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Skee you later... Good AKAnoon... 
Pinky Swear. ..Shut up Teddy... 
And now for the pLymn and hedge... 
Is Erin Coming, does she ever?... 
Now let's do Chelsi's train... Wait Up 
Hold A Minute Put Some Lambda Chi 
In It. ..I'm too cute to be cold... You 
going to the party? I'm about 87 % 
sure... T.I. islame, Jeezyis better... 
Nobody buys soli: tacos nowadays... 
This book is nothing but words... 
Who ate the last cupcakes?... Oh 
they're going to use this board - we 
put pearls on it and everything... 
Lunch at noonish?... I forgot the 
step already... AKA Sweets... I feel 
good today... Look left... This is my 
song, sorors listen, this song is 
about me. ..She put the cake in her 
jacket pocket and took it out with 
her...Yo Yo Y0...I may not bust out 
that kick. ..get that inner kappa... 
When a fight breaks out you LEAVE 
the club...C'mon, family FIRST... 
Happy HolAKAdays, 



MS. BLACK S GOLD PAGEANT. Steven Richardson 
Kim McGowan, Kim Henry, Jacques Haynes 




NAnONAL FOUNDERS DAY. Kim McGowan, 
Kim Henry, Erin Shaw 



ALUMNI LUNCHEON 



BREAST CANCER AWARENESS. Kim McGowan, 
Antoinette Alexander, Kim Henry 




Alpha Kappa Alpha 1. 1.U 






Alpha Phi Alpha 



Name: Alpha Phi Alpha Founded: December 4, 1906 
at Cornell University Colors: Black and Old Gold Motto: 
First of all, servants of all, we shall transcend all. Events: 
Greek Week Step Show, "Let's Go Vote" voter registration 
drive, Black and Gold Beauty Pageant 





Steven Rkhardson 




Chetsi West, Justin Pierce, Steven Richardson, Jacques Haynes 

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Delta 




Theta 



Name: Delta Sigma Theta Founded: 1913 at Howard 
University Years at Millsaps: Rho Tau chapter 
chartered in 1993 Colors: Crimson and Cream 
Members: Erin Giles, Amber Smith Flower: African 
Violet Motto: Intelligence is the torch of wisdom 




Amber Smith, Erin Giles 



One True Delta 

A woman of love, peace, and happiness 
With a passionate, burning dream 

To become one of the women 
Who wears the Crimson and Cream 

Her heart, h'ke the elephant 

Is as strong as can be 

While, like the pyramid, she has three sides 

One side for them, one side for you, 

and as always, one for me 

Her love for DST 

Was evident from the start 

When asked why be a Delta? 

She said, "It's just in my heart!" 

With the wind to her back 

And God's presence there just the same 

Her dream reached reality 

And a Delta she became 

So she will wear the Crimson and Cream 

And it will be there to stay 

Because she will be "One True Delta" 

Until her last dying day 

By: Jumond Greene 



Steven Richardson 




MISS BLACK AND GOLD PAGEANT. Steven 
Richardson, 2006 Southern Region Miss Black and Gold, 
Jacques Haynes 

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Chi Omega 




OFFICERS, (front) Leah Alford, Vice President; Julia Stewart, President; (middle) 
Meaghan Derrick, Treasurer; Terrel Sugar, New Member Educator; (back) Jenny 
Blount, Recruitment Chair; Megan Felker, Secretary; Jessica Hoffpauir, Personnel 



Name: Chi Omega Nickname: Chi- Founded: 1895 
Colors: Cardinal and straw Number of initiates: 18 
Number of members: 76 Symbols: Owl, skulL & 
crossbones Flower: White carnation Philanthropies: 

Chi Omega Olympics, WaLk-For-A-Wish,Stewpot 
Halloween, Project Midtown, Blood Drive, Santa & 
Bunny Shoestring, Thanksgiving Feast, Christmas party 
at lurti' ^ ' -^ine, Valentine's party at Bethlehem Center 
Award;, ■" in Philanthropic Programming, 

2005-. Excellence 




HOMECOMING. Mentcn McGinnis, Lauren 

Lippincott, Anna Marsh, Jessica Hoffpauir, 

Emily Maples 



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Stephanie Maxwell, Erin Anderson 



Mary Rogers Sorey, Menton 
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Stephanie Maxwell, Mary Rogers Sorey 



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Get it, work it, own it!... Stop thinking 
Like an accountant... What time it 
is?... Jean shorts... Cowboys and 
FRANZIA... meow... Natchez 
dominos... Shout out to the circus... 
Who needs a man when you have 
Andre?. ..i know!... catty-wompus... 
Check yo'seLf girL...Look guys, Zorro 
is fun... Casual h'ving forever... Woo 
woo...s[ammin'...I Love Toyota car 
companies. ..BLoop!... What a HOT 
pan party date... you drive [ike a 92 
yearoLd woman... Rockin', roLlin'and 
what not... wink!. ..Twinkle twinkle, 
baby... Really? ...New Musk. ..Wendy 
Pepper... Guys, Zorro's fun... Rina'... 
Gloria Estefan...Rock bottom... 
cowboy up. ..Hadam... Susie/Sally 
Late night... Belhaven carpool... 
CHIUWEENIE!... There goes Goofy... 
Kick your leg back... Yo playa', win a 
Cadillac. ..WHOA!... I'd like a 
Whatawater... don't tell me not to 
live just sit and putter. ..all by 
myself... Naked stepping... Jesus, 
thankyou... light on yourfeet ladies... 
so basically, that's ridiculous... 




Emily Hildebrand, Leah Atford, Emily Robertson, Frannie Wessberry 




Chi Omega JL^O 




Delta Delta Delta 





OFFICERS, (front) Jacqueline Coale, VP PR; Ashley Ferguson, VP Administration; Holly 
Dickens, VP Membership; Hannah McKnight, President; Eily McMillan, Delta Underground 
Chair; (row 2) Candice Fisher, House Manager; Amanda Stevens, New Member Educator; 
Hillary Hamblen, Chapter Correspondent; Beth Ann Baker, Panhellenic Rep; Amanda 
Mayo, Collegiate-Alumni Relations; Michelle Palmer, Academic Chair; (row 3) Ashley 
Hewitt, Panhellenic Delegate; Tiffany Grimes, Licensing Chair; Liz Smith, Activities 
Chair; Amanda Mothe, Sponsor Chair; Katie Collins, Philanthropy Chair; (back) Nancy 
Yates, Social Chair; Courtney Truax, VP Finance; Meagan Malone, Music Chair; Taylor 
Allee, Reference Chair; Beth Sadler, Secretary; Krystle Holliday, Treasurer; Danielle Cook, 
Member Development 



■ Name: Delta Delta Delta Nickname: Tri Delta Founded: 
1888 Colors: Silver, gold, blue Number of Initiates: 20 
Number of members: 62 Symbols: The Pearl, Pine, and 
PansyPhilanthropies: Delta Underground, Up 'Til Dawn, 
Cancer Clinic Parties at Blair E. Batson, Family Weekend 
Crawfish Boil Benefit, Project Midtown, Santa & Bunny 
g^,Shoest'^!-'n Parties: Halloween Costume Party, Christmas 
JPaii " *v, Stars and Crescent Formal Awards 

'^aps Spirit Award, Order of Om 



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JAMBALAYA COOKOFF. Jacqueline Coale, 

Michelle Palmer, Beth Ann Baker, Hillary 

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Hillary Hamblen, Jacqueline Coale, Ashley 
Hewitt, Danielle Cook, Beth Ann Baker, 
Michelle Palmer 




She's a good time... The Ranch... 
Fergie is easy, to talk to... Roll out... 
It's your turn to be on top... Fo 
SheezieTri Deezie... She's fun to go 
grocery shopping with... You want 
my panini?... Listening to Journey at 
3 a.m., again... Road trips to 
Memphis... Taylor , doesn't she look 
like Kelsey?... Girltas... Don't worry, 
we have her... Do y'all remember 
what Delta means?... She's cute, 
sweet, funny, and I love her... Purple 
pride, what... Yes, and our friends 
across the way... Dorkus... Party in 
Schettler's room. ..That's a girl, 
right?... I'm only gonna have two... 
Grey's Anatomy... Tit-tat... You will 
learn, you will learn ... I swear, it 
wasn't me... Listening to Better Than 
Ezra during Summer Recruitment... 
Cookie, I think he wants you... I'll 
go, if there is going to be food... She 
ain't nothing but a Gold Digga... Only 
if Sherman's there ... PoorSomeSugar 
On Me... Destin... Flip cups... I always 
wear it the night before an exam... 



Hannah McKnight, Eily McMillan, Christie Kokel, 
Nancy Salloum, Lindsey Greer, Liz Mitchell 



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Meagan Malone, Beth Ann Baker, Megan Warton, Emily 
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Kappa Alpha 



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OFFICERS, (front) Tim Abston, Recording Secretary; Yale Murphy, President; Major 
Hollis, Historian; (back) Jeffrey Gardner, Parliamentarian; Trey Bailey, Vice President, 
Joseph Wehby, Cooresponding Secretary; Franklin Childress, Treasurer 



Name: Kappa Alpha Order Nationally Founded: 1865 
Founded at Millsaps: 1893 Colors: Crimson and Old 
Gold Mottos: "Dieu et les Dames" and "Excelsior" 
Flower: Desert Rose National Philanthropy: Muscular 
Dystrophy Association Officers: Yale Murphy, I; Trey 
Bailey, II: Timothy Abston, III; Joseph Wehby, IV; Major 
Hollis, V: Ldward Franklin Childress, VI; Jeffrey Gardner, 
bVII; Sar'-. ,' Ciutis Griffin, VIII; Trey Hester, IX. Parties: 
_S'>' 'oqa Party, Rose Ball Formal, Luau 




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Kappa Alpha 



Fi-re Dance! Fi-re Dance! Fi-re Dance! 
... What's the "cornfield?" ... We are 
getting audited ... Coach Bailey, you 
my dog! ... I am a grow-er, not a 
show-er ... Maybe you should just 
shut up and wait a few years until 
you grow up ... Clay, Incoming! ... 
Heidi hates strangers ... How many 
... Vanderschmoot! ... Hisblindswere 
open, what would you have done? ... 
Minions of ladies ... Fine him! ... 
Let's get this other guy in because 
he hooked up with her, too ... The 
toilet exploded again ... No more 
drinking before initiation practice ... 
Evil Sarrasin invaders in the party 
room! ... Wiiiiiink... Let's get serious, 
dude ... WTF? ... Assessments ... We 
got another letter from the 
administration ... Boone's Farm night 
...Jack and Jaeger party ...Those are 
underwear?? 




T. Rueff, Andrew Rueff Alex Yarborough David Chase Conor Gleason 



nathan Patterson, Robert Biedenharn, Ben Morvant 




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OFFICERS, (front) AUi Mattatino, Secretary; Pam Beidleman, Recruitment Chair; 
(middle) Danielle Mayer, VP Operations; Mimi Grissom, VP Public Relations; Whitney 
Warrington, VP Standards; (back) Morgan Troutt, Panhellenic Delegate; Katie 
Tumminello, Treasurer; Ashley Wilbourn, President 



Name: Kappa Delta Nickname: Kay Dee Founded: 

October 23, 1987 Colors: Olive Green and Pearl White 
Number of initiates: 20 Number of members: 68 
Symbols: Teddy bear, dagger, nautilus shell Flower: 
White rose Philanthropies: Shamrock Project, Stand 
Up! Stand Out!, KD Easter Egg Hunt, Bunny Shoestring, 
Santa Shoestring, Girls Scouts, Children's Hospital, 
Grace House volunteers Awards: Excellence in Academic 
Programming, National Shamrock Award, National 
Philanthropy Award 



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PROJECT MIDTOWN. Ashley Wilbourn, 

Jordan Willett, Rikki Darcey, Chrissie 

Faust, Katie Sargent, Meredith Drake, 

Ashley Davis, Brittany White 




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(front) Charlotte Prejean, Caroline Meyers, 

Brittany Hickman, Megan Jumago, (back) Rikki 

Darcey, Dorothy Lanier, Brittany White, Caitiin Tew 




It's sooo blendy... Oh Christmas 
Tree... Augafiestasaurus... Muh Nah 
Muah Nah... Safari... Do your ears 
hang low?... Did anything interesting 
happen last night?. ..Sushi... Bugs... 
OMG!... Unicorns, mermaids and 
dolphins... Our team never loses!... 
get it?... I said, you better not!... 
Ahh boo boo boo!. ..I am who I am - 
God. ..Dm um um urn... aaaaahhhh!!! 
...poodlicious.. .baked potato dog... 
orda please!... first of all....laguna 
beach party!!... team anniston...woe 
is me... you're such a debbie downer... 
kar, you mind?...some things happen 
for a reason. ..laser eyes. ..and i said 
hey what's going on...mmmbop... 
proud mary keeps on rollin...yougots 
to go. ..smash and whit...i'm brian 
fellows. ..we gosta go...whatcha 
gonna do with all that junk? 



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Demaris Cassibry, Katie Sargent, Brian 
Travelbee, Alicia Reynolds 



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Pam Beidleman, Lacey Cook, 
Jessica Sanford, Allison Baker, 
Erin Wright, Megan Jumago 



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Rachel Mixson, Becky Lasoski, Katie Barlow, Susan Mixson 



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KappaSigma 





Name: Kappa Sigma Founded: Decemt)erlO, 1869 
Colors: Scarlet and White Motto: The Star and the 
Crescent... Philanthropies: Van Slam, Poker 
Tournament Officers: Tyson Roy, Grand Master; 
Josh Hanna, Grand Procurator; Barkley Wedemeyer, 
Grand Master of Ceremonies; Michael Gleason, 
Grand Treasurer; Lynn Dudinsky, Grand Scribe; 
Adam Johnston, Guard 1; Lavon Moulder, Guard 2 



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See you on Monday... Kill It... She said 
it was neat. ..when is it my turn?... It is 
bombed out and depleted... Lavon you 
put it on a pedestal, and it broke... I'm 
allineverytime, just letting y'all know... 
Barkley, stop smoking. ..what did the 
mattress do to deserve that?. . .your golf 
balls are inlthy...save your self time and 
money and just come home with me 
now. ..PEE FEET.. .Your Sister is Hot... 
Randy, don't cry!!!. ..Go Tigers!!!. ..go 
big baby!... She Sheds, She Barks, She 
Bangs. ..don't drop that, pray to God, 
don't drop that... way to seal the deal... 
I need some more salsa... I am the 
freestyle king... No smoking in the 
house... letsaLlputadipin...Ihitchiked 
home... can we have an unofficial but 
official shot party?... Wheat grains 
harvested from the one half acre... I 
own this... If I pass out, just put me in 
the bath tub... Put a towel under the 
door, will ya?... How's the house? It's 
stillstandingain'tit!...Seeyou on Monday 



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Lambda Chi Alpha 




OFFICERS, (front) Thomas Richardson, High Beta; Milan Winnard, High Phi; Chris 
Spear, High Alpha; (middle) Andrew dinger. High Epsilon; Brian Hall, High Tau; Glen 
McLeod, High Gamma; Bryan Sexton, High Rho; (back) Kyle Doheri;y, High Delta; 
Woods Curry, High Kappa; Walt Lott, High Theta; Ian Herden, High Sigma; Harrison 
Wool, High Iota 



Name: Lambda Chi Alpha Nickname: Chops Founded: 
1909 Years at Millsaps: 85 Colors: Purple, Green, & 
Gold Symbols: Cross & Crescent Motto: Vir Quisque Vir 
Flower: White Rose Newly-im'tiated Brothers: 18 
Number of members: 51 Philanthropies: Pantry Raid, 
Watermelon Bust, Santa Shoestring, Project Midtown, 
Stocking Stuffers, SBA Carnival Awards: Order of Omega 
Fraternity of Excellence, Academic Programming Social 
Events: Jungle Party, Halloween Maze, Lambdapalooza, 
Crescent Ball, Heaven & Hell, Founder's Day, HeadhunteKs 




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when you suck... It's like a cow 
licking a salt tablet... I don't like the 
message those trees are sending... 
She's like a Stepford wife... Oh, boy, 
carrot juice!... She crawls on a 
table!... Are you a terrorist?... It's a 
totem pole--workyourway up... I use 
it to pray the rosary... When did 
Lambda Chi get a creepy janitor?... 
Damaged merchandise... You're 
ambiguously straight... Well, for a 
brother... I need to buy a handgun... 
What? A barrel? Barrels are gay!... 
He's dating a wookie... Preparation H 
is waiting for a dry day... I'll try to 
have you guys in bed... I relate 
everything to WWI... There are 6 of 
you in the room, and I'm the only one 
bleeding!... Not with my tongue... I 
hateanime... In my chair?... I didn't 
want to do it, but it had to be done... 
And lamps... I'd fight more if I had 
health insurance... Thirty percent?... 
We'lljust put Goldstein on it (and it'll 
be alright)... Blablamski!... He's 
right... That's my leg... 
Oooooooooooooooo!... 



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OFFICERS, (front) Alexis Russo, President; Courtney Vowell, Vice President; Debbie 
Rigney, VP Public Relations; (back) Abby Rollins, Secretary; Shannon Tedrow, 
Treasurer; Leslie Merritt, Assistant Treasurer; Kristen Keating, VP Pledge Education 



Name: Phi Mu Founded: March 4, 1852 Years at 
Millsaps: 90 Colors: Rose and White Number of members: 

58 Motto: Les Soeurs FideLes Symbols: Lion and Lady Bug 
Flower: Rose Carnation Philanthropies: Children's 
Miracle Network, Dodgeball Tournament, Hot Dog Eat -off 
benefitting CARE animal shelter. Phi Mu/Kappa Sigma Van 
Slam Awards: 2nd place in Intramurals, Best Overall 
Intramurals, Excellence in Scholarship Programming, 
Excellence in Risk Managment, Greek Week: 1st place inl 
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(front) Betsy Powell, Sarah Anne Moo 
Ashley Davis; (back) Catherine Clark, 
Sarah Hanauer, Jenny Phalen, Liz 
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WAAAAAAA!... Chatherine... I'll get 
that to you in .2 seconds. ..The 
Pink Nightmare. ..The Viking... 
Crazy McCrazerson... Dance monkey 
dance... But I don't have 
cuphoLders anymore!!!!... ReRe, 
CraCra, HoHo... Sorry I stepped 
on you. ...Roar Roar Roar. ..This 
would be on our sitcom. ..My 
boyfriend is dead!. ..What is 
this, amateur hour?. ..Get it up!... 
Alexis makes me cry... Cankle 
McCankerson... The Yellow Ones 
don't stop... I must not be 
on the dis list ... Someone bounce 
those 12 year-olds out... Big 
Dolla make ya Holla!... Nice 
Koozie!!!... REALLY?... Let the 
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Massey, (back) Kristi looker, Carissa Antone, 
Emily Gilbert, April Hendricks, Lisa Keating 



Alisha Hudnell, Gina Colon, Ashley Davis, Ivy Settlemires, 
Amanda Paschall, Alexis Russo, Kristen Keating, 
Sarah Anne Moore, Krissy Matte 



(front) Maureen McDonald, Jenny Phalen, Abby Rollins, (back) 
Carissa Antone, Mary Hoang, Alisha Hudnell, Debbie Rigney, 
Leslie Merritt, Sarah Hanauer 




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OFFICERS, (front) Trace Lee Hunt, Sergeant at Arms; Tyler O'Hara, Internal Vice 
President; Andrew S. Harris, President; (back)Danny Siefker, External Vice President; 
Chris Stahl, Recruitment Chair; Cody Mahaffey, Secretary; Michael Curren, Pledge 
Educator 



Name: Pi Kappa Alpha Nickname: Pike Founded: 
March 1, 1868 Colors: Garnet and Old Gold Number of 
initiates: 10 Number of Members: 34 Symbols: Shield 
and diamond Flower: Li ly-of-the- Valley Philanthropies: 
Red Cross, MS Blood Services, KD Shamrock benefitting 
PreventChildAbuseAmerica,Stewpot, Bethlehem Center, 
local ministry work. The Gleaners, Habitat for Humanity 




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Sigma Alpha Epsllon 




OFFICERS, (front) Ray Yeates, Eminent Recorder; Cory Williamson, Eminent Deputy 
Archon; Robert Parrott, Rush Chair; (back) Scott Hays, Eminent Archon; Brent 
McCarty, Eminent Treasurer; Jonathan Giurintano, Risk Manager 



Name: Sigma Alpha Epsilon Nickname: SAE Motto: Phi 
Alpha Founded: March 9, 1856 Colors: Royal Purple 
and Old Gold Number of initiates: 17 Number of 
members: 52 Symbols: Lion, Minerva Social Events: 
Destination Unknown, Paddy Murphy Philanthropies: 
Sixth Annual Chili Bowl benefitting Lifeshare Foundation, 
Up-Til Dawn, Project Midtown, Ball Project Awards: 
Province Theta Financial Management and Scholarship 
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BIO DAY. Jeff Newbern, Scott Hays, Tom Rinaldi 




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to be my TEAMMATE?!. ..Dirka. Dirka. 
Mohamed. Jihad. ..The Triad 
Rules. ..her? too young?. ..I Rinaldid 
a married chick. ..sorry, I got a 
Parrott.. .that's mighty white of 
you. ..I WANT TO BE A REAL BOY!. ..I 
only hooked up with you for a free 
calculator. ..ball boy?. ..slap me and 
say rock and roll. ..oh, use your hands 
you ninny!. ..I just Om'ed on my 
Amin...the remixer at work... 
Gunner!. ..swamp monster. ..nothin 
'bout a broom!. ..the list. ..high 
five!. ..give it to me. ..just the tip, 
right?. ..that's fine. ..you're right... 
alright, well- bye... hat model... they 
call me flawless. ..2 dollars. ..ha, 
crybaby. ..Mr. Raaaaay...you gotta 
slap hands next time...Edaer, the 
Nagrom slayer 



Katelyn Littlejohn, Maggie Baumgartner, 
Scott Hays, Cari Taylor, Vimala Gutti, Valena 
Scott 



HALLOWEEN SWAP. Matthew Deweese, Russell Turley, Matt 
Mutchler, Trey Woods, Scott Hays 




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Tim Shoptaugh, Russell Turley, John Schettler, David Butler 




BID DAY. Cory Williamson, John Russell McPherson, John 
Schettler 



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BOYS' BID DAY. Laura Rabalais, Ashley Wilbourn, Holly Dickens, 
Ashley Schettler 



GREEK MAN AND WOMAN OF THE YEAR. JP McVaugh, Amanda Epperson 



INTER-FRATERNAL COUNCIL, (front) John Kellogg, VP Finance; Bryan Sexton, VP 
Administration; Bjorn Carlsson, President; Cody Mahaffey, VP Recruitment; (middle) 
Philip Cortese, Nathan Talley, Andrew Harris, Ben Cain, Henry Waters, VP Judicial; 
(back) Ethan Zubic, Scott Hays, Tyson Roy, TJ Loehn 





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154 Greek Life 





Unity 



Georgianna Martin, Bryan Sexton 



SANTA SHOESTRING 




Lisa Keating, Kristi Tooker, Elizabeth Salathe, Caroline Massey 



Stesha Rampersad, Amber Smith, Jacques Haynes, Erin 
Giles, Chelsi West 




ORDER OF OMEGA, OFFICERS. Brent McCarty, President; Ashley McPhail, 
Treasurer; Julia Stewart, Vice President; Amanda Mayo, Secretary 



PANHELLENIC COUNCIL, (front) Carissa Antone, Delegate; Alyce Howe, Recruitment Coordinator; 
Beth Ann Baker, Delegate; Megan Jumago, Delegate; (back) Kelly Rasmus, Treasurer; Debbie Rigney, 
President; Ashley Hewitt, Secretary; Morgan Troutt, Vice President 




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Amore, Amber 74 
Anderson. Ben 74 



Abrams, Hunter 44, 45, no 


Anderson, Cearro 74 




Abston.Tim 74,130, 131,132, 


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Anderson, Edwina 74 


Achee, Christopher 74 


Anderson, Erin 1, 74, 123, 124 


Acuff, Michelle 72, 73, 108 


166 


Acuff, River 108 


Anderson, Kate 10, 13, 17, 43, 


Adams, Andrew 113 


74, 114 


Adams, LaReina 50, 51, 74 


Anderson, Katie 60, 61, 104, 


Adams, Vertle 71 


114. 123 


Adcock, Claiborne 74 


Anderson. Seneca 165 


AggarwalAjay 72, 109 


Anderson. Valencia 43 


Agrawal, Luv 74, 95, 141 


Andrews. Casey 74 


Ahuja, Reena 35, 74 


Andrus. Dwight 74 


Ainsworth, Bo 70 


Antone. Carissa 74, 113. 145, 


AInsworth, Emily 54, 74, 135 


146, 147, 155 


Ainsworth, Patricia 71 


Arcuri, Laura 27, 32, 74, 113 


Alarcon, Josh 53. 74 


Armstrong, Sarah 72 


Albert, Elizabeth 113, 145, 146 


Arnngton, Lee 67 


Alderman, Lindsay 50, 51, 74 


Ashton, Loye B. 72 


Alderson, Megan 22, 28, 33. 51. 


Atchison, Anthony 131 


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Alexander, Antoinette 23, 27. 98. 




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Ali,Wardah 74. 108. 109. 113 


Baber, Sam 74. 151 


Allain. Alex 28. 74. 108. 141. 


Bahbahani, Kamilla 72 


142. 166 


Bailey Anansa 110. 112 


Allee. Taylor 23.74. 126.127, 


Bailey. Lorenzo 25. 48, 49, 


128. 129 


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Bailey Penny 40, 41, 74. 110. 


Allen, Michelle 108 


113 


Allison, Janice 70 


Bailey, Stephanie 74 


Allred, Anna 23, 25, 64, 65, 74, 


Bailey, Trey 130, 131, 132 


112, 113, 114, 123, 124 


Bal<er, Allison 40, 41, 74, 135, 


Almaraz, Carlos 74 


136. 137 


Alpaugh, Reade 74, 151 


Bal<er. Beth Ann 27, 74. 96. 110 


Amaya, Anthony 53 


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Ameen, Michael 62, 63, 74, 151, 


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Barlow, Katie 74, 113, 135, 137 
Barnes, Tommy 70 
Barnett, James 74 
Barnos, Knstin 15, 54. 74. 134. 

135 
Barrosse. Garic 74. 141 
Bass, Fontella 71 
Baugh, Esther 70 
Baumgartner, Maggie 3, 8, 27, 70, 

74. 110. 114. 122,123. 152 
Beasley, Sharon 70 
Beaushaw, Derek 74, 112 
Beck. Carmen 144, 145 
Beck, Elizabeth 70 
Behrends, Rebecca 43, 74 
Beidenharn. Jay 132 
Beidleman. Pam 42, 43, 74, 

134. 135. 137. 156. 167 
Beilmann. Ellen 21. 74. 101. 

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Belden. Stephen 23. 74. 131. 

132 
Bell. Cape 45 
Bell. Michael 19. 74 
Bellish. John 23, 131, 133 
Bender, Crystal 36, 110 
Bennett, Bradley 70 
Bennett, Karling 43, 74, 112, 

144. 145 
Benton, Will 13, 36. 64. 65. 96. 

108. 112. 113. 114 
Benvenutti. Catherine 35. 74. 

113. 127 
Berry. Hays 74. 14 
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Bhatti, Sana 74. 108. 109. 145 
Bible. Paul 74. 111. 141. 143 
Biedenharn, Robert 39.130.131. 

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111, 115, 131, 132, 133. 164 
Blades, Joe 45, 109, 111 
Blair, AN 16. 135 
Blanchard, Chad 45 
Blanche, Liz 20, 56, 57, 123 
Bland, David 131 
Blount, Jenny 19,111,114,122, 

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Blumer, Ann 33, 54, 55, 112 
Bodron. Jeanne 70 
Boettcher, Jack 24, 109, 114 
Boland, Derrik 44, 45 
Bonneau, Matt 19. 23, 76, 141 
Booth, Jams 70 
Booth. Nathan 76, 100, 149 
Booth, Russell 49, 76, 138 
Bosworth, Alex 76, 99, 108 
Boteler, Elizabeth 76, 98, 123 
Bouffanie, Elizabeth 13, 16, 40, 

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Bowen, Chad 13, 76, 108, 112. 

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Bowie, Jessica 51, 76. 127 
Bowley James 72. Ill 
Boyd. Russ 45, 49, 112 
Brackin, Freddie 4, 19. 148. 

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Brady Jana 76, 135 
Brady Wendy 43 
Braswell, Debbi 71 
Braun,JR 76, 101, 141 
Brauner, Ashley 76, 135 
Brezina,Tom 38, 39, 76, 138 
Bnan, Hayes 45 
Briscoe, Maggie 127 
Bnster, Bill 111 
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Britt, Lakyn 11, 31, 123 
Brooks, John 11, 113, 115. 138 
Brooks, Rachel 76, 145, 146 
Broom, Keelie 113, 135, 137 
Brotzman, Christina 108, 135 
Brown, Jessica 22, 76, 115, 135, 

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Brown, Rachael 43 
Brown, Rashad 76 
Bruce, Trish 70 
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Castille, Sarah 145 
Catalanotto, Aimee 76 
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Coker, Timothy 72 
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:ostello, Courtney 26, 76. 108. 

135. 163 
otten. Michael 76. 164 
:otton. Brandon 49 
owan. Kateiynn 43. 76, 112, 

129, 158 
owan, Sarah 23, 76, 101. 114. 

115, 135, 136 
owgill. Mia 60, 61, 101 
ox, Mathew 68 

raft, Tonya 70 
rawford, Nick 45. 76 
redeur. Lauren 127 
rosby, Henry 76 
rose, Kenith 76, 141 
ross, Danielle 135 
ruz. Erika 7. 76. 123 
ulpepper, David 108, 141 
ulver, Daniel 76 
ummings, George 3, 76, 

113 
lurren, Michael 78, 148, 

149 
urry, Jessica 65, 78. 94, 110, 

115 
urry. Woods 78, 115, 140, 141, 

143 



Cutter, David 16, 21, 39, 78 



^ 



DanigPCh* 11, 78 

Daniels, Emma 71 

Daniels, Julie 70 

Darby, Luke 78, 112, 141, 143 

Darcey. Rikki 22, 23, 113, 134, 

135, 136, 137 
Darnell, James 78 
Daume, Stephen 78 
Davids, Amber 104, 115 
Davidson, Frances 78, 145 
Davis, Alandra 164 
Davis, Ashley 108,134,135,137, 

145, 146, 147 
Davis, Elizabeth 77, 78, 108, 109, 

110, 112 
Davis. Rob 49 
Day, Diana 23, 78 
Day, Sharon 71 
Deanng, Paul 78, 104, 111, 112, 

114. 115 
Deaton, Mary 78, 114, 127 
Dedeaux, Tiffanei 23, 43 
Delany, Ruby 71 
Denman, Larry 9, 78, 94, 99, 141. 

166 
Dennis. Kyle 49, 78 
Derrick. Meaghan 122, 123. 125 
Deweese. Carly 29, 75, 78, 115, 

123. 166 
Deweese, Matthew 78, 151, 152 
Dewey, Andrea 21, 78, 98, 101, 

104, 108, 115 
Dickens, Holly 21, 23, 78, 108, 

110, 114, 115, 126. 127. 129. 

154 
Dickerson, Crystal 51. 78 
Dodd, Lorene 78 

Doherty, Kyle 78. 114. 140. 141 
Doineau, Emma 33 
Dorsey, Dan 78, 151, 153 
Douglas, Erica 46. 47, 78 
Douglas, John Forrest 21, 29. 78, 

99, 108, 115 
Downer, Josh 78, 96, 140, 141, 

142 
Drake, Meredith 134, 135 
Drew, Jen 110, 135 
Dudinsky, Lynn 9, 11, 138, 139 
Duplantis, Amanda 35, 145 



Elbashab, Veronica 119 

Eldndge, Rachel 78 

Ellinburg. Megan 98 

Elliott, Erin 14, 78, 110, 123 

Ellis, Anna 78, 145 

Emmons. Austin 149 

Epperson, Amanda 78, 105, 108, 

110, 134, 135, 154 
Epps, Donnie 78 
Essex, Scott 62, 63 
Etheridge, Amberely 101 110, 

127 
Exiey, Sarah 20, 56, 57, 127 
Eynch, Allan 78 



r 




Eai|y, Brandon 71 
Eastlack, Jason 25, 78, 101. 108 
Edwards, Cat 108, 110, 113, 115 
Elalighe, Ahmed 6, 19, 78, 149 



Farris, Canaan 39, 78, 138 

Faust, Chrissie 134. 135. 137 

Federico. Meghan 123 

Fee, Sarah 7, 67. 78 

Feidai.Jenna 31 

Felker, Megan 11, 23, 78, 112, 

122, 123, 125 
Fell, Julia 4, 54, 55, 78, 108, 112, 

165 
Ferguson. Ashley 4.19.21,23. 

78, 126, 127, 129, 165 
Fermon, Priscilla 111, 113 
Fisher, Candice 78, 99, 126, 127 
Fleet, Trey 78, 141 
Flowers, Megan 100 
Foisy, Matt 17, 38, 39, 78 
Fontenelle, Brandon 10, 141 
Fontenot, Rachel 31, 78, 110. 

Ill, 113, 123 
Forch, Roscoe 49. 78. 95 
Fortenberry, Doug 45 
Fountain, Margot 78 
Fowler, Chris 18 
Fowler, Nick 9 
Fox, John 45 

Fox, Kim 20, 56, 57, 79, 114, 123 
Franey, Laura 72 
Franklin, Michael 14, 78 
Frederick. Dana 78. 145 
Frese, Leslie 28, 50, 51, 61, 78, 

81, 96, 110. 112, 114, 127 
Frierson, Liz 78, 123 
Fromkin, Molly 19, 30, 78, 126, 

127 



Gallagher, Allie 78,127,167 
Gann, Delbert 72 
Gardner, Jeff 19, 78, 130. 131 
Garvin, Lisa 70,71,101,108, 

115 
Gaudet, Joby 23. 45, 131, 154 



Gay, Sam 6, 52, 53, 78 

George, Wanda 71 

Gibson, Don 78 

Gibson, John 78, 141 

Gibson, Nola 71 

Gibson, Victoria 115 

Gilbert, Cory 78, 101, 113, 115 

Gilbert, Emily 31. 78, 144, 145, 

147 
Giles, Erin 26, 78, 117. 121, 155 
Giorgio, Kellie 12, 23, 78. 101, 

105, 135, 136 
Giurintano, Jonathan 58, 59, 111, 

150, 151, 162 
Gleason. Conor 133 
Gleason, Michael 15. 38. 138 
Gonsalves. Denise 71 
Goodwin, Kate 54 
Goodwin, Sara 23, 135 
Gorham, John 80 
Goza, Brandon 80, 100 
Gray, Miriam 80, 114 
Graybeal, Chuck 62, 151 
Greaney, Emily 135. 136 
Green, Renee 20, 46, 47, 56, 57, 

127 
Greene. Maria 64, 65, 80, 123, 

167 
Greenhaw, Brad 16, 49, 80, 105, 

108. 110, 113, 114 
Greenwood, Robbie 143 
Greer, Angel 70 
Greer, Jessica 94 
Greer, Lindsey 17, 80, 101, 104, 

108, 110, 113, 114, 115, 127, 

128 
Griffin. Curt 18,79,108,110, 

131, 132 
Griffin, Eric 72, 73, 113, 115 
Griffin, James 71 
Griffith, Collie 17, 21. 80 
Grimes. Tiffany 42. 43, 80, 126, 

127, 129, 154 
Grissom, Mimi 31, 80, 134, 135 
Groglio. Greg 53, 159 
Gross. Hannah 9. 80 
Grubbs. Ray 73 
Guenther, Sarah 127 
Gupta, Khyati 21, 80. 101. 104. 

113. 114 
Gutti.Vimala 33,80,101,104, 

113, 152 



Hadley, Jason 37, 45 
Hail, Mohamed 80, 151 
Hale, Christina 80, 115, 123 
Hales, Amber 80 
Halkias, Sophia 80, 114 



Hall, Brian 22, 80. 100, 110, 140, 

141 
Hallmark, John 151 
Hallmark, Taylor 11, 27, 80 
Hamblen, Hillary 17,19,60,61, 

80,96, 126, 127, 128 
Hamm, Jennifer 51 
Hamm, Katie 26, 80, 108, 123, 

125, 167 
Hammond. Grace 7, 23, 80, 

123 
Hammond, Tiffany 26, 34, 70, 80, 

109, 114 
Hamon.Mark 72, 111 
Hanauer, Sarah 80. 112. 145. 

146, 147 
Hanna,Josh 11,21,39,80,115, 

138 
Hardin, Will 17, 131 
Hardwick, Kalea 47,50,51 
Harmon, Drew 7, 96, 105, 112, 

114 
Harmon, Ken 68, 69. 109 
Harper, Elizabeth 112 
Harper, Jim 11 
Harris. Andrew 23, 80, 113, 148, 

149, 154 
Harns, David 80, 149. 163 
Harris. James 103. 151 
Harns. Lonzer 71 
Harris. Marcus 39. 80 
Harris. Trevor 58. 59. 80 
Hartzog, Hugh 80, 112 
Harvey, Danielle 80 
Hatt, Jason 23 
Havenar, Lauren 135 
Havird, Rachel 80 
Hayes, Brad 80 
Haynes, Brandon 23, 80, 113, 

149 
Haynes, Jacques 80, 99, 111, 

117, 119, 120, 121, 155 
Hays, Scott 19, 80, 109, 111, 

113, 114, 150, 151, 152, 153, 

154 
Heatherly, Ray 70 
Hebert, Nikki 22,31,80, 114, 

123 
Hedges, Becca 108, 114, 123 
Hehemann, Will 80, 141 
Helfrich, Courtney 17,21,32,42, 

43,80, 135 
Henderson, Tom 70, 73 
Hendncks, April 80, 147 
Hendrix, Tait 45, 80 
Hendrix, Tal 44, 45 
Henke, Emily 23, 80, 123. 

124 
Henke. Michael 131 
Henley, Brenda 71 





Kvlie Kurtz 



Index 



161 



Henry. Kim 23. 40. 41. 80. 118. 

119. 167 
Henry. William 80. 151 
Herber. Jacqueline 110. 145. 

146 
Herden. Ian 140. 141 
Herman. Camille 17.80.97.113. 

115 
Hertelendy. Magdalena 108 
Hester. Trey 18. 80. 110. 131 
Hewitt. Ashley 1. 17. 29. 80. 108. 

110.111.113.114. 126. 127. 

128. 155 
Hickman. Bnttany 112. 135. 136 
Higginbotham. Greg 9. 22. 53. 

114. 151 
Higgins, David 80 
Higgins, Liz 80. 145. 146 
Highfill. Dick 114 
Hildebrand. Emily 15. 80. 101. 

123. 125 
Hill. Anna Kathryn 7.9.23.28. 

80. 123 
Hill.Wes 58, 59 
Hill. William 101 
Hippler. Will 109 
Hoang. Mary 23. 80. 113. 145. 

146. 147 
Hoekenschnieder. Riley 23. 80. 

111. 123 
Hoffpauir. Jessica 12. 27, 108. 

114. 122. 123 
Holcomb. Megan 35. 101. 102. 

111. 113. 114. 127 
Holland. Oaida 108 
Holleman. John 44. 45. 80 
Holleman. Mirjam 80. 108. 112. 

163 
Hollenbeck. Jay 9.45. 110. 

114 
Holley. Sloan 8. 23. 80. 81. 

151 
Holliday. Krystle 62.80.126. 

127 
Hollis. Major 23.80. 130, 131, 

132 
Holmes, Sumner 19, 30, 80, 

141 
Holterman, Bnan 8 
Hopkins, Graham 80, 131 
Horton, Derek 71 
Houston, Elliott 7, 23, 53. 151 
Howe,Alyce 31,113,114,123, 

155 
Hubbard, Chns 112 
Hudnell, Alisha 108, 113. 145, 

146, 147 
Huffman, Adam 101, 149 
Hughes, Katie 127 
Hulsey, Betty 70, 165 



Hunt, Harvey 24, 109 

Hunt, Mia 8 

Hunt, Trace Lee 11, 13, 14, 77, 

98, 113, 148, 149 
Hutchinson, Eric 82 
Hulzel, David 45 



Ighoavodha, Oghale 53. 82, 101, 

109, 110, 112, 115 
Ingram, Brandon 45 
Ingram, Daniel 33, 151 
Ingram, Joseph 53 
Italiano, Regina 70 
Ivers, Leslie 70 



Jackson, Brian 70 

Jackson, Kirk 108, 111, 112 

Jacobson, Kate 82, 85, 101, 103, 

105, 114 
James, Patrick 71 
James, Ross 49, 82 
Jarin, Jason 35, 64, 65, 82, 100. 

102, 103, 108, 110, 113, 114 
Jefcoat, Ashley 82, 113 
Jeffnes, Robin 51 
Jerber, Jacqueline 15 
Joe, Rachael 13, 40. 41. 82. 112. 

166 
Johnson. Dalos 71 
Johnson. E.J. 13, 38, 82 
Johnson, Elizabeth 82, 135 
Johnson, Jewel 107, 108, 109 
Johnson, Lee 53 
Johnson, Lillie 71 
Johnson, Michael 82, 141 
Johnson, Rushton 111 
Johnson, Shelley 168 
Johnson, Theon 23, 82, 94, 101, 

102, 103, 106, 110, 114, 148, 

149 
Johnson, Vanessa 67, 82, 165 
Johnston, Martha 165 
Jones, Bobbi 33, 54, 82,96, 115, 

135, 136. 162, 167 
Jones, Collin 12, 59, 82, 

151 
Jones, Josh 82 
Jones, Nicole 75, 82, 109 
Jones, Richard 64, 65 
Jones, Russell 70 
Jones, Sharra 109 
Jones, Skye 115 
Jones, Taylor 44, 45, 131 
Joseph, Juan 38. 82 
Jumago. Megan 6, 13. 21. 42, 

43,82, 135, 136, 137, 155 



/ 



Kat2, Brit 11. 68, 69, 132 
Keams, Mark 149 
Keating, Kristen 82,98,101. 
*108. 110. 114. 115. 144. 145. 

146. 147 
Keating. Lisa 82. 108. 113. 115. 

144, 145. 147. 155 
Kebert. Alan 59 
Keller. Gail 70 
Kellogg. John 23.82,114.151. 

154 
Kelly. Colleen 9.20, 56.57.82. 

114. 115 
Kelly. Elizabeth 115. 149 
Kelly. Gabby 10. 23. 42. 43. 82. 

161. 165 
Kemp. Margaret 82. 135 
Keng. Rachel 13. 82. 135 
Keyes, Keisha 56, 82, 115 
Killcreas, Chad 141, 160 
Kindler, Todd 45, 154, 168 
King, Amber 51, 64, 65, 82 
King, Bnan 39, 138, 139 
King, Scott 44 

Kirkland, Lindsey 82, 114, 123 
Kirkpatrick, Clay 82, 101, 107, 

108, 114, 131, 132, 168 
Kline, Ray 39, 109 
Klobucar, Kate 145 
Knight, Michael 71 
Kocher, Sarah 54, 55, 82 
Koehler, Matt 131, 132 
Kohut, Betsy 10 
KokeLChnstie 1,5,17,20,40, 

41, 82, 96, 112, 127, 128, 129 
Koon, Katelin 108, 145, 146 
Kramer, Wolfgang 73 
Kurtz, Kylie 22, 31, 46, 47, 82 

123, 161 
Kutcher, Andy 19, 20. 22, 56, 57, 

128 

i 

Ladnler, Tiffany 46, 47, 82 
Lamey. Billy 18, 82, 138, 139 
Lampton, Andy 82, 114, 141 
Lancaster, Darrington 82,96,112, 

123, 124, 166 
Landrum,Alan 82, 131, 161 
Landry, Franklin 82 
Landry, Jerry 70 
Lang, Lynnea 82 
Langley, Janet 71 
Langley, Steven 111 
Langston, Kennedy 11, 82, 95, 

99, 127, 128, 129 



Lanier, Dorothy 93, 135, 136, 

137, 165 
Larkins, Cynthia 82, 108, 114, 

127 
Lasala, Florencia 25, 34, 82, 87, 

101, 108 
Lasoski, Becky 82, 111, 114, 

115, 134, 135, 137 
Latham, Viveca 4, 23, 34, 82, 85. 

101. 108. 109. 118 
Lawrence. Cedric 16 
Leblanc. Justin 16. 48, 49, 111 
Leblanc, Ross 25, 82, 139. 

167 
Lebreton, Mignon 42, 43, 66, 82 
Lee, Martha 156 
Lefavor, Brent 108 
Lehman, Barret 87, 151, 153 
Lewallen, Katie 10, 20, 23, 42, 

43,82, 112, 123,125 
Lewis, Charles 68 
Libreton, Mignon 13 
Lightfoot. Lauren 22, 28, 51, 62, 

82 
Lind, David 7, 82, 99 
Linebarger. Matt 56 
Lippincott. Lauren 12. 23. 33. 82. 

101. 107. 115. 122. 123. 168 
Littlejohn. Katelyn 123. 152 
Loehn. TJ 11. 21. 82. 138. 139, 

154 
Logan, Lacey 82 
Lonng, Helen 4, 22, 34, 47. 82. 

127 
Lorino. Eryc 38 
Lono. Jared 140 
Lott. Walt 27. 140. 141 
Lovitt. Chelsea 135 
Lucas. Frances 68 
Luckett, Peter 82 
Ludlum, Matt 82. 141. 143 
Lundy. Trevor 82 



X 



J///? 



Mabil. Deng 112 / 
Madden. Rocky 70 
Maddox. Drew 45, 154 
Madison, Joseph 101 
Madison, Larry 70 
Madison, Nick 95 
Madjiesi, Ace 9, 82, 99, 113 
Magee, Stan 165 
Mahaffey, Cody 82, 112, 148, 

149, 154 
Maher, Megan 26, 82, 123 
Major, Mr. 40, 168 
Mallette, Drew 131 
Malone, Meagan 28, 126, 127, 

129 



Maloney. Con 45 

Mangal, Ravi 93 

Manley, Josie 10, 46, 47 

Mann, Debora 108 

Manor, Wanda 71 

Maples, Dylan 25, 154 

Maples, Emily 12, 17, 106, 108. 

113, 122, 123, 124 
Marinello, Damian 141, 142, 143 
Marsh. Anna 12, 23. 84. 122. 

123. 124. 125 
Martin. Amy 84 
Martin. Georgianna 70. 155 
Massey. Caroline 23. 61. 84. 95. 

108. 144. 145. 147. 155 
Massey. Knsten 17. 33. 54. 84. 

112. 135. 136 
Massey. William 84 
Matassa. Vince 19. 151. 152 
Matheny. Sarah 84. 112. 117. 

126, 127, 129, 158 
Mattalino, Alli 23, 84, 134, 135 
Matte, Knssy 84, 145, 146, 147 
Maxwell, Stephanie 9, 84, 108, 

123, 124, 125 
Mayer, Danielle 84, 134, 135 
Mayo, Amanda 84, 115, 126, 

127, 155 
Mays, Allison 70 
McCain, Cody 45 
McCarthy, Joseph 84, 148, 149 
McCarty, Brent 23, 26, 84, 114, 

150, 151, 153, 155 
McCarty, Eric 39 
McCaskill, Morns 84 
McCoin, Emily 135 
McDaniel, Martha 51, 145 
McDonald, Maureen 145, 146, 

147 
McDonald, Vickey 70 
McDonnell, Carrie 23,34,131, 

135 
McDougal, Latonya 71 
McDowell, Drew 10, 22, 62, 63. 

84. 141. 142 
McElvaine. Robert 73 
McGilvray. Aprile 108. 115 
McGinnis. Menton 12.43.83.84. 

108. 110. 112. 122. 123. 124. 

125 
McGowan. Kim 23.42.43.84. 

101. 109. 113. 118. 119. 167 
McGuire. Sarah 73 
Mcintosh. Debra 70 
McKay. Beth 84. 115 
McKay. Nancy 70 
McKellar. Garrett 84 
McKeown. James 73 
McKewen. Enn 84. 123. 124 
McKinney. Michael 84. 114. 151 




162 



Index 





McKnIght, Hannah 17,19,84, 

126, 127, 128 
McKnight, Kelsey 61. 84, 97, 101, 
110, 113, 114, 115, 126, 127 
McLarty. Andrew 108 
McLeod, Glen 114, 140, 141 
McManns, Molly 70 
McMillan, Eily 17,32,83,84, 

112, 126, 127, 128 
McMillan, Lacey 17,33 
McNamee, Scott 70 
McNeese. Keith 70 
McPhail, Ashley 81, 108, 109, 

135, 155 
McPherson, John Russell 10,84, 
110, 112, 114, 151, 153, 157 
McVaugh,JP 20,29,30.84,101, 
106, 115, 141, 142, 143, 154 
Melio, DJ 17, 84 
Melsheimer. Christine 84, 108 
Melton, Kelly 159 
Merritt, Leslie 23. 77. 84, 144, 

145, 146, 147 
Meyers. Caroline 22. 89. 135. 

136 

Miksa. Katie Beth 29, 84, 101, 
102,103,106,111.12,113, 
114, 115, 128 
Miller, Brad 132 
Miller, Eric 8, 84, 141. 143 
Miller, Greg 73 
Miller. Kelly 27 
Milner, Jake 17, 53, 159 
Milner, Jessica 2, 84 
Minis, James 84 
Vlitchell, Liz 17,84, 115, 127, 

128 
Vlixson, Rachel 84, 134, 135, 

137 

Vlixson. Susan 84. 135, 137 
yiizerany. Brad 45, 84 
VIo. Felicia 84 
Vloffitt, Andy 84 
vioffitt, Stephen 84 
yiontgomery, Edrick 49 
vloore, Mike 5, 39, 84, 95, 149, 

162 
vloore, Sarah Anne 145, 146, 

147 

yioore, Zach 45, 97. 110, 112 
/lorgan. Maggie 79, 108, 113, 

123, 124 
iflorgan, Mary 84 
/orris. Sam 141 
/lorrow, Luke 45, 114 
/lorvant, Ben 130, 131, 133 
/lothe. Amanda 15,97,126. 

127 

/lott. Lyndsey 84 
/loulder. Lavon 84, 138, 139 



Mullen, Don 70 
Murchison, Julian 108 
Murchison, Sandra 108 
Murphy, Yale 84, 130, 131, 132. 

133 
Murrell. Emily 123 
Mutchler, Matt 52,53,84,112, 

151, 152 
Mylroie. Leif 32, 53, 151 



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Naccari, Keith 39, 84 
Namias, Nick 84 
Nations. Dawn 70 
Neely. Walter 73. Ill 
Nelson. Sam 151. 157 
Newborn, Jeff 59. 84. 151. 152. 

153 
Newman, Brock 151 
Neyman, Todd 112 
Nichols, Randy 11, 49, 84 
Nicholson, Bradley 84 
Nida, Brent 84 
Nippes, Marsh 141 
Norman, Major 109 
Norton, Winfrey 25,84,108,110, 

112, 158 



il 



Gates, Chantae 40, 41, 84, 112 

O'Brien. Bridget 101 

Odum. Allen 49 

Oertel, Kristen T. 73 

Ofem. Liz 13. 20. 30. 40. 41, 109, 

110, 112 
Oglesbee, Matthew 16.84,112, 

117, 148, 149, 160 
O'Hara, Tyler 11 84.115.148. 

149 
Olinger. Andrew 84. 112. 140. 

141 
Olivares. JD 84 
Oliver, Ashley 7. 84, 94 
Oliver, Jennifer 127 
Orr, Gwen 16,40,41,92. 110. 

112. 135. 136 
Orsagh, Billy Bob 39. 166 
Oscar, Deonte 49 
Ouellette, Kayla 86, 93, 165 
Owen, Hunter 23, 45, 131, 154 




Pabst<AlliSBn 17 
Pacillo. John 45. 114 
Page. Jim 45 

Pahwa.Anjali 86. 101. 114 
Paige. Nathan 86. 141 



Palmer. Marshall 70 

Palmer. Michelle 17. 100. 126, 

127. 128. 129 
Palmerton, Bryant 9. 20. 45. 86 
Palomo. Martin 111 
Papale, David 86, 141 
Pareek. Ani 86, 149 
Paretti, Evan 86 
Parker, Al 70 
Parker, Athena 86, 145 
Parker, Robert 59, 86, 131 
Parrott, Robert 23, 86, 150, 151, 

153 
Parsons, Christine 86, 135, 136 
Paschall, Amanda 36,54,145, 

146, 147 
Pass. Phil 49. 86 
Patterson, Hope 119 
Patterson, Isabelle 71 
Patterson, Jonathan 130, 131, 

133, 161 
Pauli, Kevin 73 
Paulk, Betsy 15. 18. 43. 110 
Pennington. Scott 59. 61 
Peppers, Leann 86. 101. 112 
Pereira. Burt 86 
Perry, Robin 111 
Pettitt, Paul 33, 87, 111, 151, 

153 
Phalen, Jenny 86, 145. 146. 147 
Pharr, Lee 53, 131 
Pharr. Lindsey 86. 115 
Phillips. Casey 86. 127, 165 
Phillips, Conell 13, 25. 39, 149 
Pierce, Justin 120 
Pilate, Marcy 86 
Piraino, Beth 54, 61, 86. 145 

147 
Pool, Whitney 9 
Pope, Virginia 7, 86, 135 
Powell, Betsy 62, 145, 146 
Powell. Dominique 86. 113 
Powell. Elizabeth 86 
Prather. Nicky 44. 45, 111 
Prather, Zack 86, 109. Ill 
Prejean, Charlotte 86, 110. 112, 

135, 136 
Pritchard. Mary Elizabeth 86, 123 
Privett, Bahen 24. 112. 114 
Puckett, Michael 59 
Pujol. Jenn 20, 56, 57 
Purvis, Lamonte 17 



Quillin.Joey 9.86.94.111.151 
Quimby, Robert 33,86.87.151, 

153 
Quinn, Jessica 86 
Quinn, Kacey 46, 47, 86. 127 



Quinn. Robert 11, 49, 86, 151 



Rabalais, Laura 113, 123, 154 
Rader, Jack 62, 63, 86, 149 
Raines, Mary 54, 145 
Rampersad, Stesha 23, 118, 155. 

167 
Randle. Roxie 15, 21, 86, 89. 98. 

99, 112, 144, 145, 166 
Rasmus, Kelly 86, 108, 113, 114, 

122, 123, 155 
Ray, Darby 73. 108 

Reible. Monica 86. 127. 129 

Reid. Tim 111 

Reuther. Chnstopher 86 

Reynolds. Alicia 86. 135. 136 

Rhoden.Todd 39. 148 

Rhodes. Amber 86 

Rice, Daniel 11. 12. 14. 62.63. 

86. 149 
Rice. James 86. 141 
Richard. Kayla 86. 110. 112, 123, 

124 
Richardson, Austin 151 
Richardson, Steven 86, 107, 119, 

120, 121 
Richardson, Thomas 11,17,86, 

140, 141, 167 
Rick, Trey 86, 112 
Ridley, Pete 18, 86, 116 
Rigney, Debbie 15, 86, 144, 145, 

146, 147. 155 
Rilko. Mara 145 
Rinaldi.Tom 22.86,108.151. 

152, 153 
Rives, Belinda 101, 113, 115 
Robbins. Hollis 72 
Roberts, Asela 86,97,101,112, 

113, 115,167 
Robertson, Emily 15.86,122, 

123, 125 
Robichaux, Ben 110 
Robinson, Chris 151 
Robinson, Kenosha 86, 109. 

110 
Robinson. Sarice 34. 86. 101 
Rochelle. Lauren 17. 32. 33. 54. 

135, 167 
Roddie, Lauren 86, 108. 123 
Rodriguez. Laura 54, 86, 145 
Rodnguez, Zach 53 
Rogan, Rodney 36, 48, 49 
Rolen. Chris 59. 86 
Rollins, Abby 86, 144, 145, 146, 

147 
Roman, Jacques 86, 141 
Rop, David 65 
Rosar, Miranda 10. 50, 51 



Rose, Claire 86 

Rose. Todd 68. 69 

Roth. Callie 32. 33. 54. 55. 86. 

167 
Roulla. Vladimir 86 
Roy. Tyson 13. 22. 38. 39. 70. 

139. 154 
Rueff, Andrew 131. 133 
Rueff. Walter 131. 133 
Russo. Alexis 107, 114.144, 

145, 146, 147 
Ruth, Callie 17 

Rutherford, Robert 101, 141. 142 
Rutledge. Ross 12, 16. 39 



Sadler. Beth 61. 126. 127 

Sain. Marcel 7. 88 

Salathe. Elizabeth 25. 88. 144, 

145, 146, 155 
Salloum. Nancy 4. 13. 17. 21. 43, 

88. 114. 115, 127, 128, 165 
Salmon, Quinn 23, 45. 131 
Samson, Jessica 18. 75. 88. 108. 

109. 110. 145 
Sanders. Chris 49 
Sanford. Claire 23 
Sanford. Erin 7, 23. 54. 88. 112. 

113. 123 
Sanford. Jessica 33. 88. 135. 

137 
Santucci. Bethany 88. 93. 101. 

107, 114. 115 

Sargent, Katie 88, 134. 135. 

136 
Sarpy. Steven 21. 88. 112. 141 

142. 166 
Sasser, Callie 35. 127 
Sav^er. AphI 35 
Sawfyer. Michael 53, 88, 131 
Saxena, Madhav 88 
Scharr, Travis 2. 59, 88, 149 
Schetter, Betsy 71 
Schetter, Kendnck 132 
Schettler, Ashley 20, 23, 88, 

108, 111, 114, 115, 127. 128. 
129. 154 

Schettler. John 12.87.88,151, 

153 
Schexnayder, Ryan 53. 88 
Schmidt. Catherine 9. 88, 114, 

115 
Schmidt, Sarah 40, 41. 88. 135. 

136. 168 
Schmidt, Stuart 18, 53, 131 
Schneck. Todd 52. 53. 88. 130. 

131 
Scipper. Cameron 40. 41. 88, 

110, 123 







Mirjam Holleman 



M*-7 



hidey 



163 



Scott. Isreal 88 

Scott. Valena 96. 108. 123, 152 

Scout 10 

Seddelmeyer. Leah 101 

Settlemires. Ivy 46. 47. 64. 65. 

88. 144. 145. 147 
Sexton. Adrianne 88. 135. 137 
Sexton. Bryan 11. 88. 140. 141. 

142. 154. 155 
Sharp, Christina 22,46.47.135. 

136 
Shaw. Erin 23. 118. 119. 167 
Shepherd. Karen 71 
Shive. RoPert 73 
Shoptaugh. Tim 58. 59. 88, 151. 

153 
Shows. Kelly 88. 146 
Shows. Rachel 88. 123 
Siefker. Danny 88. 112. 117, 148, 

149 
Sigh, Kiger 88, 106. 113. 115. 

151 
Sikora. Aggie 9.21.32.88.112. 

127 128. 165 
Simon, Stuart 88, 99 
Simpson, Amanda 88. 101. 108, 

110 
Sims, Michael 39, 88 
Slawson, Alex 70 
Sledge, Josh 88, 112 
Smith, Amanda 88 
Smith, Amber 88, 95. 106. 113. 

115, 121, 155 
Smith, Anna 123 
Smith, Elise 68, 72 
Smith, Elizabeth 127 
Smith, Emily 24, 148 
Smith, Garrett 88 
Smith, Gina 54 
Smith, Heath 52, 53 
Smith, Holly 88 
Smith, Jennifer 35 
Smith, Liz 11, 54, 88, 89, 126, 

128 
Smith, Melanie 23, 88. 123 
Smith, Michael 70 
Smith, Richard 68 
Smith. Steve 73. Ill 
Smith. Susan 71 
Smolkin, David 141 
Smyth Gilbert, Elise 108. 123. 

124 
Solanki. Neha 88. 95, 112 
Songy, Chad 25, 48, 49, 88, 100 
Soniat, Emily 88 
Sooby, Elizabeth 23, 54, 88, 112, 

123, 125 
Sood, Ronnie 149 
Sorey, Mary Rogers 25, 88, 108, 

112, 122, 123, 124 



Sorgenfrei, Brian 112. 114 

Sorrells. Curtis 88 

Sparks, Sam 99 

Spear, Chns 88, 111, 140, 141 

Spears. Louis 88 

Spell. Brenna 88. 98. 114. 123 

Spencer. Jonathan 88. 101. 115 

St John. Skye 127 

Stahl, Chris 88, 148. 149 

Stall. Chuck 18, 88, 138, 139 

Stanford, Erin 88. 123 

Steadman. Joseph 88 

Steckler, Shay 6, 101. 113. 114 

Steinbaugh. Jeff 49. 88 

Steinwinder. David 88. 114 

Stensaas, Knsty 72 

Stephens. Rob 88. 98. 110. 112. 

114 
Stevens. Amanda 11.22.33.71. 

88, 126, 127 
Stewart, Christina 88, 95, 109 
Stewart, Emily 36,60,61,112, 

115, 126, 127, 129, 165 
Stewart. Jessica 101 
Stewart. Julia 27.108.109.113. 

114. 122. 123. 155 
Stewart, Ruth 71 
Stewart, Yulon 77 
Stockstill, Cody 8, 98. 99 
Stokes. Marcus 90 
Stone. Ian 90. 131. 160 
Storm, Megan 54, 55, 90, 109. 

123 
Strack. Blake 101. 115 
Stribling. Tiffany 109 
Strickland. Leah 67. 87. 90. 165 
Strine. Cindy 14 

Sturgis, Ali 50, 51, 90, 109, 145 
Sturgis. Debbie 50, 51, 90, 109, 

145 
Suber. Mark 114 
Sugar. Miles 3. 90. 113. 151 
Sugar. Terrel 13, 90, 108, 122, 

123, 125, 167 
Sullivan, Tracy 111, 112 
Summerlin, Loretta 71 
Sumrall, Eric 90 
Sunkara, Lekha 90, 112 
Surber, Mark 90 
Surber, Theresa 164 
Sutton, Jessica 23, 33, 34, 90, 

108, 123, 124 



TacKett, Paul 90. 131 
Talley. Nathan 90, 149, 154 
Tarver. Jane 101 
Taylor, Can 27, 90, 109, 117, 
122, 123, 152, 166 



Taylor, Patrick 73 

Tedrow, Shannon 90, 144, 145 

Terrell, Mildred 71 

Tew, Caitlin 135. 136 

Thaw. Kurt 24. 26 

Thomas. Andrew 90. 151 

Thompson, Bradley 11 

Tillman, Ben 34, 90, 113 

Tobler, Chad 62, 151, 152 

Toler, Sloan 19 

Tooker, Kristi 23.90,145,147, 

155 
Tooley, Austin 9, 17, 90, 141, 166 
Townes. Ben 90. 141 
Trahan. Mark 90. 115, 148, 149 
Trappey, Ellen 70 
Travelbee, Bnana 90. 109, 115, 

117, 135. 136, 165 
Trocquet, Danielle 90 
Troutt, Morgan 13,23,27,90, 

134, 135, 137, 155 
Truax, Courtney 126, 127 
Tucker, Jesse 19, 35, 101, 114, 

141. 143 
Tucker, Kevan Beth 22, 90, 135, 

136. 136 
Tumminello, Katie 90, 134, 135, 

137 
Turley, Russell 58, 59, 90, 109, 

114, 151, 152, 153 
Tutor, Travis 64, 65, 108 
Tyra, John 35 



Ullmer, Katelyn 90, 145 
Uphaus, Karen 90, 165 



Vackova, Petra 90, 95, 108, 114 

Valentine, Laura 90, 145 

Van Deman, Dana 113 

Van Hooydonk, Paul 54, 70 

Venator. Jeff 70 

Ventic. Ivana 90 

Vieron. Matt 101. 115 

Villa. Bryan 16. 90 

Vincent. Catherine Allisa 23. 60. 

61,90, 145.146. 147 
Vowell. Courtney 90.115.144, 

145 



1/1 y 



Wade.PatB 68 
Wadlington, Jim 108, 131 
Wages, Katie 10, 14, 67, 79, 166 
Waites, Patrick 21, 90 
Walder, Natalie 112 



Waldrop. Amanda 23. 33. 90, 

135. 136 
Waldrop. Gail 70 
Walker. Nina 42. 123 
Wallace. Andres 90 
Walvoord. Morgan 49. 117. 151 
Ward. Kara 24 
Ward. Timothy 73 
Warren. Sanford 73 
Warren. Tyler 48. 49. 106 
Warrington. Whitney 23.90.113. 

134, 135. 137 
Warton. Meagan 126. 129 
Waterman. Clayton 90. 151. 152. 

153 
Waters. Henry 10. 90. 114, 141, 

154 
Watkins, Charlotte 91, 123 
Webb, Jonathan 25, 108, 114, 

115. 141. 143. 165 
Weber. Ashley 20. 56, 57. 91. 

107. 114 

Wedemeyer. Barkley 39. 45, 91 
Weeks, Holley 111 
Weems, Evan 91, 131, 132 
Weglicki, Taylor 64, 65, 91, 114 
Wehby, Joseph 18, 53. 91. 112, 

130, 131, 132, 133 
Wells, Anna 23, 31, 91, 135 
Wesberry, Frannie 15, 91, 123. 

125. 132 
West. Brittney 51. 91 
West. Cheisi 11. 23. 81.91. 

108. 109, 113, 114. 115. 118. 
120. 155. 167 

Wetzel. Garner 44. 45. 107 
Wharton. Megan 91. 96. 127 
Whatley. Steven 131 
Wheat, Ronnie 22, 39, 139 
White, Brittany 134. 135. 136 
White. Jacob B. 91. 113, 149 
White, Jacob C. 91, 114, 151 
White, Woody 94 
Whitehead, Chase 91 
Whitehurst. Andrew 130 
Whitley. Jack 9. 91 
Whittington. Delilah 111. 112 
Wicks. Adam 91. 141 
Widdows. Christian 91 
Wilbourn. Ashley 24. 91. 114, 

115, 134, 135, 154 
Wilburn, Sherryl 70. 71 
Wiley. Frederick 45. 91 
Wilkinson. David 70 
Willett, Jordan 42. 43. 66. 91. 

113. 134. 135. 156 
Williams. Dolly 71 
Williams. Johnnie 71 
Williamson. Cory 23.26.67,91. 

110, 113, 150, 151, 153 



Willis. Fred 93, 94, 99 

Willrich. Andrew 91. 131 

Wilson. Ben 45 

Wilson. Cliff 70 

Wilson. Heather 12. 40. 41. 91. 

101. 107. 114. 115. 145 
Wilson. Mary 91. 114 
Winnard. Milan 112. 140. 141 
Winton. Bradley 9. 91 
Wise. Ramsey 101 
Wise. Tim 48. 70. 110 
Womack. MacDougall 22. 91, 

112. 114. 141. 142. 143 
Woodall.Neil 22. 39. 139 
Woods. Trey 22. 91. 112. 151. 

152 
Woodward. David 71 
Woodward. Suzanne 101, 115 
Wool, Harnson 91, 96. 140. 141. 

142 
Worobel. Mike 45. 149 
Wright, Erin 40, 41, 91, 134, 

135, 136. 137 
Wright, Kaycee 17, 91 




YaBlick,Mi(*ael 65,91,101, 

108, 109, 110, 113 
Yakots, Brad 23. 95. 101. 110. 

,11^ 115. 151. 152 
YaWough, Alex 131, 133 
Yargo, John 33. 110 
Yates. Nancy 31. 91. 126. 127. 

128, 129 
Yeates, Ray 23, 91, 150, 151 
Young. Barbara 70 
Young. Charlie 91 
Younger. Casey 91. 110. 112 




11.91,108.113. 

151 
Zaie. Sanford 73 
Zhang. Keyuan 77.91.111.112. 

113 
Zotti, Nick 112 
Zubic, Ethan 91, 112, 131, 154 



Theresa Surber 




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Index 




Brent Blackburn 





Tont) Karen Uphaus, Vanessa Johnson, Emily Stewart, Gabby Kelly, Dorothy Lanier, Briana 
ravelbee (back) Stan Magee, Katie Collins, Nancy Salloum, Johnathon Webb, Leah Strickland, 
ayla Oulette 




- Bobashela Staff 



Editor in Chief: Karen Uphaus; 
Assistants: Nancy Salloum, Leah 
Strickland 

Sections 

student Life Editor: Nancy Salloum 
Assistants: Julia Fell, Ashley Ferguson 

Sports Editor: Emily Stewart 
Assistant: Katie Collins 

People Editor: Leah Strickland 

Activities Section: Dorothy Lanier, 
Karen Uphaus, Seneca Anderson 

Greek Editor: Briana Travelbee 

Index Editor: Vanessa Johnson 

Ads Editor: Karen Uphaus 

Photo 

Photo Editor: Gabby Kelly, Jonathon 

Webb 

Photographers: Casey Philips, Aggie 

Sikora 

Publications Director: Stan Magee 

Acknowledgements 

Betty Hulsey and Martha Johnston for their 
help with book purchases, book mailings, 
label and student list printing. 

Communications Department for allowing 
us to use several of their pictures. 

The Business Office for keeping up with our 
accounts. 

The Post Office for mailing books, 
distributing books and stuffing mail boxes. 

The Student Life Department for helping us 
identify people pictured in the book. 

Students and faculty who gave us 
additional pictures and quotes. 

To everyone who purchased this wonderful 
book! 



Stan Magee, Casey Phillips 



Leah Strickland, Nancy Salloum 



Index 



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I Steven Sarpy 



Erin Anderson, Darrington Lancaster. Carly Deweese, Can Taylor 



Erin Herm. Roxie Randle 




I Shara tone':, 



iilly Bob Orsag 



Rachel Joe 



Katie Wages 



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Beidleman, Lacey Cook 



Aliie Galagher, Julye Clark 



Katie Hamm 



Maria Greene 



Closing 167 





Back to school, Fourth Night, Hurricane 
Katrina, Rehef Efforts, Work Overload, No 

Fall Break, Mid-terms, Homecoming, 

Thanksgiving, Finals, Christmas, A New 

Beginning, Panhellenic Party, Baseball 

Tournaments, Spring Break, Comps, Major 

Madness, Spring Parties, Exams, Thursday 

Night Parties Return, Graduation... 



We will never forget these 
^memorable moments!